When it comes to working with WordPress, one of the lesser discussed aspects of the platform is the WordPress HTTP API.
This isn’t to say that people don’t use it – they obviously do – and this isn’t to say that people don’t actually understand it – because I’m sure they do – but I don’t think it’s evangelized or discuss enough.
In fact, it looks as if there’s very few tutorials about the API available on the web. So, to that end, I’ve opted to do a bit of a practical crash course in the API on WPTuts+ over the next few weeks.
The WordPress HTTP API
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be discussing the following topics:
- A Brief Survey of `wp_remote_get`
- A Practical Example of `wp_remote_get`
- `wp_remote_get` – The Response
- `wp_remote_get` – The Arguments
- A Brief Survey of `wp_remote_post`
- A Practical Example of `wp_remote_post`
- Saving Data From `wp_remote_post`
- A Review
As with all of my Envato posts, this particular page will serve as the landing page for the articles and will be updated as the posts are published.
And as a reminder, the comments are closed on this post as I’d like to keep the discussion on each article.