An internal tool that I’m building at Automattic is using the WordPress.com REST API. As part of that tool, I needed access to custom post types and post metadata, so I’ve added both to our REST API. And now anyone on a Jetpack-powered site can also use this part of the REST API. Find out the details in this developer blog post.
Originally posted on Developer Resources:
We’ve recently made some updates to the REST API which is available here on WordPress.com and for any Jetpack-enabled site that have the REST API module activated. The API now has full read and write support for custom post types and post metadata.
You can specify a post’s post type when you create or edit it. If you’re fetching a single post, you will receive its post type in the response. Of course, you can also specify a post type when fetching a series of posts. In all cases the parameter to use or look out for is
You can also query posts by
metadata using the new
meta_value parameters. You can add, update, delete or retrieve a post’s metadata when creating, editing or getting a single post, using the new
metadata parameter which accepts an array of metadata
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