As I’m wrapping up one of my projects (a React Native WordPress app), I realized that many React Native developers will face the task of integrating WordPress’s REST API with React Native, so I decided to publish my findings. Hopefully, this will help out developers who are making their React Native apps using WordPress as a backend. To be clear, I don’t recommend using WordPress as a backend for your mobile apps, but it comes in handy if you already have a blog or a WooCommerce store running on WordPress.
As you already know, WordPress comes with a REST API out of the box. If you don’t believe me, just check out this link, which returns a paginated JSON response with all posts of my blog. I swear I only installed WordPress and did not do anything else. Try out the exact same URL, but for your blog, and you’ll see your own posts.
In this article, we will cover how to use WordPress as a headless CMS by leveraging the WordPress API and React js when building a project.Continue reading on Medium »
With great pleasure we’re sharing with you the 2019 mid-February release of DEITY Falcon — Falcon 1.0RCContinue reading on DEITY »
As with most things involving Gutenberg, this could change, and may not be best practice later on, but it’s what I’ve found to work for…Continue reading on Medium »
Over the years, WordPress has integrated Virtual Reality(VR) through 360 panoramic images and its no question that VR and AR (Augmented Reality) are the next best innovations to embrace. People have always been interested in Virtual Tours where they can navigate and move about freely. And in the past few years, the WordPress community attempted…
Andy Adams released a book for aspiring WordPress freelancers. It’s meant to take a lot of the guesswork and the roadblocks that many folks often hit when making the decision to fly solo and rely on WordPress development for a stable source of work and income.
Aside from being included in it (and Andy being an all-around great guy), I want to share the book with y’all because WordPress and freelancing are two topics I care deeply about, particularly because … Read article
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The speed of your website has a huge impact on user experience and as Google has demonstrated, user experience is an important ranking factor. One simple way of improving your[…]
I recently attended and had the chance to speak at WordCamp US 2018 in Nashville. I had a great time. I love conferences that bring people together around a tight theme because it’s very likely you’ll have something to talk about with every person there. Plus, I rather like WordPress and its community. The vibe was very centered around Gutenberg, as it was released in WordPress 5.0 just as the conference started.
Matt’s State of the Word gets into all … Read article
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There are numerous content management systems that thrive these days but none are as prolific as WordPress. Every client wants the ability to change their website at a moment’s notice and they want to do it themselves, and again, WordPress is the best fit for that. You fit the client with WordPress, customize it with […]
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