Using OAuth 2.0 with WordPress API

An API (Application Programming Interface) is a programmatic way to interact with an application’s data. WordPress uses REST API to talk with another Web apps or desktop apps or even the mobile apps, ie outside its local server. As mentioned in its documentation, almost everything can be done using GET and POST request. Sending a GET request through API isn’t a big deal as almost all of the data in the site is visible except for…

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Getting Started With GruntJS & WordPress

The less work you have to do, the easier your job becomes. In relation to above quote, GruntJS does all the common work for you, enabling you to focus on other complex logics in the task. That is what GruntJS is considered as Task Runner. Lets assume a scenario: You are creating a theme, or lets say a plugin, and you write lot of JavaScript, and design your theme or plugin using SASS. And lets…

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Installing WP CLI in Windows

If you are looking at this article, you’ve probably know what WP CLI is.  If you do not know what it is, let me give you a short introduction about this one. As you have seen, you can manage your WordPress site using its user friendly Admin end, or through a WordPress API. But what if you don’t want to use any browser or application to do that? What if you want to do it…

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