Using the WordPress REST API
July 16 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
From the REST API Handbook:
The WordPress REST API makes it easier than ever to use WordPress in new and exciting ways, such as creating Single Page Applications on top of WordPress. You could create a plugin to provide an entirely new admin experiences for WordPress, or create a brand new interactive front-end experience.
Our imagination is the only limit to what can be done with the WordPress REST API. The bottom line is, if you want a structured, extensible, and simple way to get data in and out of WordPress over HTTP, you probably want to use the REST API. For all of its simplicity the REST API can feel quite complex at first, and we will attempt to break it down into smaller components so that we can easily piece together the full puzzle.
Adam LaBarge offered to present on this topic and is working with a few other interested members. He asked to do this later in the year so as to have a real-life use case to present.
If you have worked with the WP REST API, or would like to, please contact Adam or comment here.