A tool for connecting to the REST API for WordPress via OAuth 1.0a.
To get started, you’ll need to install both the WP REST API plugin and the OAuth plugin.
To use this library, you will need to run
composer install from the root of the library, and then include the main library file,
wds-wp-rest-api-connect.php and the composer autoloader,
vendor/autoload.php from your plugin/theme.
Once installed and activated, you’ll need to create a ‘Client Application‘.
When you have the Client key and secret, you’ll create a new
WDS_WP_REST_APIOAuth1Connect object by passing those credentials along with the REST API URL and the registered callback URL:
// Make sure you run `composer install`! require_once 'vendor/autoload.php'; // include the library. require_once( 'wds-wp-rest-api-connect.php' ); // Get the connect object $api_connect = new WDS_WP_REST_APIOAuth1Connect(); // Client credentials $client = array( // Library will 'discover' the API url 'api_url' => 'WP SITE URL TO CONNECT TO', // App credentials set up on the server 'client_key' => 'YOUR CLIENT KEY', 'client_secret' => 'YOUR CLIENT SECRET', // Must match stored callback URL setup on server. 'callback_uri' => admin_url() . '?api-connect', ); /* * Initate the API connection. * * if the oauth connection is not yet authorized, (and autoredirect_authoriziation * is not explicitly set to false) you will be auto-redirected to the other site to * receive authorization. */ $discovery = $api_connect->init( $client );
You can then use this object to retrieve the authentication request URL, or if you have been authenticated, make requests. To see a full example, view the included example.php file.
- Remove Ryan McCue’s Requests library from composer since it now exists in WP core.
- Fix a typo from a variable which should be using an object property (for legacy mode).
Fix broken logic in
Connect::auth_request()where $response variable might not get properly set.
- Update example.php
- Make requests more consistent, and pass parameters through appropriate filters.
- Fixed a few missed exception handlers.
- Add set_headers method to be able to set headers for discovery.
- Use our own API Discovery library to use the WP http API, and to correctly pass any headers if they exist.
- Bug fix: Fix the order of checks in the reset_connection method to ensure the delete_stored_error method is always called.
- Complete rewrite. Breaks backwards-compatibility, but previous version will not work with the newest version of the WordPress OAuth plugin. Please review the WP-API Authentication documentation.
- Remove autoload from composer.json (for now).
- Add utility methods for dealing with errors.
- Convert post body to a query string before wp_remote_request does because http_build_query drops empty values and oauth signatures end up not matching.
- Fix some docs, and “clever” code, and fix an incorrect variable name.
- Add class_exists check so we don’t break sites w/ multiple instantiations.
- Store response code as object property.
WP_Errorfrom responses before creating response code.
- Accept a headers array, and pass those headers to all requests.
- Option/transient key should be a hash of all the args, not just the url.
- Do not cache api description if request is a failure (or being requested not to).
- Make headers and key/option_key accessible as read-only properties.
- Change from JSON to REST to match WordPress core plugin.
- Move error option to its own method.
- Better checks for failed requests.
- Set the http method for each call so that the OAuth signature matches.
- Create a redirect URL based on current url or allow one to be passed in.
- Keep response as an accessible class property, and add get/set request methods. Also properly handle GET request authorization header.
- Some cleanup based on scrutinizer feedback.
- Rename file