Inter-connectedness of all things is the way of the future–including in online commerce. Understanding this, WooCommerce comes with two primary tools to achieve this: the REST APIWhere WooCommerce replies to requests from external sources and WebhooksWhere WooCommerce “announces” data to an external source. In this course we’ll cover:
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REST API Keys are stored in the woocommerce_api_keysAll table names are give without $wpdb->prefix (naturally) table
…but life can get even easier if you’ll let it. WooCommerce API libraries have been specifically designed for connecting to stores in the following languages:
The act of creating a Webhooks is devilishly simple. Rather than re-invent the wheel, I’ll refer you to the information in the docs, as it is straightforward and complete.
Webhooks are directly linked with the WordPress REST API in that they build their payload using the REST API and specified version.
Now that you’ve gotten the ‘lay of the land’ on Webhooks and the REST API. I imagine there’s one thing weighing on your mind…
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Which of the following is NOT a field in the woocommerce_api_keys table?
Which of the following is NOT stored in the wc_webhook table?
Client libraries for the WooCommerce REST API are available in which languages?