WPRM – WP RESTful APIs Manager

What’s APIs and how it’s useful?

An API is a way to let you talk to a 3rd-party application, usually either to retrieve data or update that application.

Check out: More About APIs

About The Plugin

WPRM or WP RESTful APIs Manager plugin is multi-purpose and can be generally used. It enables you to create, manage RESTful APIs data – whether it’s live currency exchange, weather forecasting data, google services data, Facebook or Twitter API or any other RESTful API – starting from establishing a connection to customizing templates and positioning the results.

Check out: what’s new in the latest update

Key Features

  • Integrating most common APIs without researching for any custom integration.
  • Creating a connection with any restful API just copy the link and set the parameters.
  • Add dynamic data to your request such as post title, content, post meta and more.
  • Customize where to show the request output including using a shortcode [rm].
  • Handling repeatable results and templating all types of results.
  • Ability to save request results in WordPress database tables.
  • Check request results with dummy data using initial request engine.
  • Functional helpers to check and display your template better.
  • Ability to establish authorized requests with username and password.
  • Creating customized base URL connections. ex: example.com/{1}/{2}/ where 1 and 2 are dynamic parameters.
  • Support remote requests to all Mashape.com APIs.
  • Ability to add extra header data such as Auth key.
  • New Added shortcode [rm_btn] to activate request on button click.
  • New Added POST, PUT and DELETE Request Methods.

Quick launch and tutorials

  • actions and filters for developers.
  • Quick Launch Guide with Example: currency exchange widget.
  • A Little Bigger Example: relevant related posts from Google.
  • WPRM Example 1: Phone number validation API.
  • WPRM Example 2: Klout SEO API
  • New WPRM Example 3: Railways API
  • New WPRM Example 4: Mashape APIs – Market Data API

Do you want to know how to integrate a specific RESTful API using WPRM? Just send the API’s name and link in the comments section and we will create a tutorial and refer you to it in a reply.

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