VueJS & WordPress API Case Study – ft Jacob Arriola and Zeek Interactive

VueJS & WordPress API Case Study – ft Jacob Arriola and Zeek Interactive

Jacob Arriola is a front end developer working at Zeek Interactive.  They recently launched a project for bestofnj.com/events that uses Vue to manage the search and events filtering in an existing WordPress site.  Listen to Jacob talk about everything from accessing the project to how they implemented it.

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UsTwo WordPress API Powered Decoupled React Site Project

UsTwo WordPress API Powered Decoupled React Site Project

In this project, resident author, Roy Sivan, takes us through the React front end that powers the UsTwo Agency Website that created quite a stir when it first came out because it is a decoupled site using WordPress in the backend and React on the front-end.

UsTwo Project

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WP API and WebSockets Live Chat Plugin Project from Code Cabin

WP API and WebSockets Live Chat Plugin Project from Code Cabin

We are excited to announce our latest FREE WordPress REST API Project ~ WP Live Chat with Node WebSockets and the WP REST API!!!

WP API Live Chat Plugin Project

This project was actually written by our partners at Code Cabin.  Code Cabin makes several amazing WordPress Plugins that leverage quite a bit of JavaScript, whether it’s in their WP Google Maps Plugin or their WP Live Chat Support Plugin.

In this project they share with us how they used the WordPress REST API and WebSockets in Node to speed up the performance of their plugin.

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Angular and WordPress API Theme Project

Angular and WordPress API Theme Project

 

We’re excited to announce our latest free JavaScript driven WordPress API project from our own Roy Sivan!

Angular Badge and Roy Sivan

In this project, Roy goes through an Angular 1.X WordPress Theme he has been continuing to evolve. He shows how it works with Angular UI-Router, the WordPress REST API and then gets into how you can customize the styling, template / layout and JavaScript functionality. The project wraps up with a few great ideas of how you can take this project and reuse it for other purposes.

You can sign up for the project for free here >>