Category: WordPress Core
Today I am presenting on the JSON REST API for WordPress at the DC API User Group. This is a shorter talk geared at both developers and API users with or without WordPress experience. With core integration coming in the near future, it’s important for developers of ALL backgrounds to understand it will be available [...]
The past few months I’ve had the opportunity to work on the new JSON REST API for WordPres. My biggest contribution as a WP API team member has been the Backbone client. The JSON REST API’s Backbone client let’s you interact with a WordPress installation using Backbone.js collections and models. The client is an extremely [...]
Background: Unit testing is the automated testing of units of source code against assumptions. The goal of unit testing is to write test cases with assumptions that test if a unit of code is truly working as intended. If an assumption fails, a potential issue is exposed, and code needs to be revised. By definition [...]
So I’ve read all over the place that looking for posts based on a taxonomy is much quicker than looking up posts based on post meta. But why? I’ve yet to read any sort of technical explanation that satisfies my curiosity. I decided to do some research. I wrote some example code and used the [...]
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