[wp-hackers] JSON API 1.0 release
dan at phiffer.org
Tue Jun 29 19:42:38 UTC 2010
On Jun 29, 2010, at 3:02 PM, Otto wrote:
> Dumb question, perhaps, but is there any reason you didn't want to use
> the existing XML-RPC library to get this sort of data? Yes, it's XML,
At MoMA.org we're using WordPress in ways that I wasn't confident the existing XML-RPC API would support. Things like post thumbnails and sub-page/category hierarchies and compatibility with multiple authors plugin. Basically I've been optimizing my plugin for simplicity & flexibility, not compatibility with a specification.
On Jun 29, 2010, at 3:26 PM, Otto wrote:
> BTW, it wouldn't be difficult at all to implement a JSON system using
> the built in feeds mechanism.
Yeah, I started out using the wp-json plugin, but found that our needs outstripped what it has to offer. It could be a good choice for other developers.
> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 1:21 PM, Dan Phiffer <dan at phiffer.org> wrote:
>> Hi hackers,
>> Just a heads up that I've just released a substantial update for my JSON API plugin. In theory it should be 100% backwards-compatible, but please let me know if you discover any new bugs.
>> This release includes a modular controller system for extending it with new API methods. I'd be interested in getting feedback from the peanut gallery...
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