A basic use case for this plugin would be lazy loading content segments or performing cross-blog actions.
It includes a simple example for lazy loading widgets, but is mainly aimed for developers who like to built on top of this functionality.
- Url Format in form of
http://<blogname>/<server_entry_key>/<request_string>/<server_format_key>/<format>in order to allow server side caching of requests without setting up a huge set of rewrite rules. The request string contains all request parameters
- Variable response formats. Comes with xml and json bundled in response.php but can be extended to your needs
- Exceptions with custom exception handler are used throughout the classes to allow error feedback in the requested response format.
Please have a look at the inline documentation starting from
remote-api.php. To get a sense of the usage have a look at the examples
Lazy Loading Widget Example
The Lazy Loading Widget example is a basic use case for this script. It’s UI is still not very tuned, but should give an impression on what can be done with this remote-api.
When you visit your widget administration at
/wp-admin/widgets.php you’ll notice a widget called «Remote_API_Lazy_Widget». Drag it to one of your sidebars where you would like to have some asynchronously loaded widget appear and give it a Title. Then reload the widgets.php page.
A new sidebar should appear in which you can drop other widgets. The widgets you’ll drop in this sidebar will be loaded asynchronously via a ajax request in place of the placeholder widget.
Det er ingen omtaler av denne utvidelsen.
Bidragsytere og utviklere
“Remote API” er programvare med åpen kildekode. Følgende personer har bidratt til denne utvidelsen.Bidragsytere
- Add support for full stops (.) in server parameters and switch to
remote.apias default url to avoid conflicts with page names.
- Switching to hash_hmac instead of crypt for request format validation string.
- Basic implementation