WordPress REST API

Recipes in the REST API

Recipes are accessible through the WordPress REST API at the  /wprm_recipe/ endpoint.

To read, send a GET request to the  /wprm_recipe/<id> endpoint:
https://demo.wprecipemaker.com/wp-json/wp/v2/wprm_recipe/41

For creating a recipe, send a POST request to the  /wprm_recipe/ endpoint and include that same kind of recipe array in the JSON body:

{
  "recipe": {
        "name": "My New REST API Recipe",
        "summary": "Delicious and not created in a traditional way."
  }
}

For updating you’d do the same, but send a PUT request to the correct  /wprm_recipe/<id> endpoint.

Recipe Ratings in the REST API

Ratings are accessible through the WordPress REST API at the  /wp-recipe-maker/v1/rating/ endpoint by any user with the moderate_comments capability.

To read a rating, send a GET request to the  /rating/<id> endpoint:
https://bootstrapped.ventures/wp-json/wp-recipe-maker/v1/rating/123

For creating a rating, send a POST request to the  /rating/ endpoint and include the rating array in the JSON body.

A user rating:

{
  "rating": {
    "recipe_id": "640",
    "user_id": "0",
    "ip": "123.321.123.321",
    "rating": "4"
  }
}

A comment rating:

{
  "rating": {
    "date": "2018-04-17 12:57:39",
    "comment_id": "22",
    "user_id": "0",
    "ip": "123.321.123.321",
    "rating": "3"
  }
}

The system will automatically update ratings if a particular IP/user/comment has already rated a particular recipe.

/rating/recipe/<id> and /rating/comment/<id> endpoints are available as well.