A WordPress Plugin – Hello XML-RPC World

In a previous post (How Can I Modify The WordPress XML-RPC System?) I outlined how one might create a plugin that adds functionality to the WordPress XML-RPC server. I’ve had some questions from some readers arise so I wanted to take the opportunity to provide a more concrete and usable example. WordPress Plugin First you …

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How Can I Modify The WordPress XML-RPC System?

One of the great things about WordPress plugin development is the abundance of open source content to learn from. Ever see a plugin in action and wonder, “how does that work?” or “How can I modify the WordPress XML-RPC system?” Well, all you have to do is download it and see! Most plugins are licensed …

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WordPress Posting Via Java – Part 2

In the first part of this series titled “Would You Like To Post To WordPress From Java?” I introduced you (hopefully) to the XML-RPC mechanism that WordPress implements. I also showed how it is quite simple to post to a WordPress blog using Java and the Redstone XML-RPC API. In this installation I’d like to …

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XML-RPC Java Sample: Sorry About The Formatting

I just installed the WP-Syntax WordPress plugin for the last post. This was so I could have my sample Java code formatted and syntax highlighted in the post. Wow! I didn’t realize how bad it was going to be formatted. The plugin is nice and the syntax highlighting is good, but the code is formatted …

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Would You Like To Post To WordPress From Java?

I use and love the WordPress platform for this and several other blogs that I maintain. One of the many cool features of WordPress is that it supports XML-RPC. What does that mean? Well XML is… XML. It’s the extensible markup language and is basically just a way of formatting data in some meaningful way. …

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