So you’ve trained yourself as a web engineer, and now want to build a blazing fast online shop for your customers. The product list should appear in an instant, and searching should waste no more than a split second either. Is that the stuff of daydreams?
Not anymore. Well, at least it’s nothing that can’t be achieved with the combination of WordPress’ REST API and React,
WooCommerce is a powerful e-commerce solution for WordPress, and has a set of Representational State Transfer (REST) API endpoints for custom development. This is a huge advantage for any apps you may build in the future, but to get there you’ll first need to understand the REST API and how to use it.
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As the REST API is still relatively new there might be some endpoints that don’t currently exist such as getting the post archives where you would normally use the function wp_get_archives. This function will return a list of months with the post count next to that month. In this tutorial we’re going to create our own WordPress endpoint that returns a list of months along with the post count with…
The WordPress REST API is a very exciting feature of WordPress, it was introduced into the core in version 4.7 and is getting a lot of attention from the developers to move this feature forward. If you would like to learn more about the REST API you should read the following article WordPress Rest API.