Wordpress.org

Self hosted Wordpress

Integrate the Wordpress.org API with the HTTP / Webhook API

Setup the Wordpress.org API trigger to run a workflow which integrates with the HTTP / Webhook API. Pipedream's integration platform allows you to integrate Wordpress.org and HTTP / Webhook remarkably fast. Free for developers.

Create Post with Wordpress.org API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Wordpress.org
 
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Create User with Wordpress.org API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Wordpress.org
 
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Search Posts with Wordpress.org API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Wordpress.org
 
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Update Post with Wordpress.org API on New Requests from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Wordpress.org
 
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Create Post with Wordpress.org API on New Requests (Payload Only) from HTTP / Webhook API
HTTP / Webhook + Wordpress.org
 
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New Requests from the HTTP / Webhook API

Get a URL and emit the full HTTP event on every request (including headers and query parameters). You can also configure the HTTP response code, body, and more.

 
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New Requests (Payload Only) from the HTTP / Webhook API

Get a URL and emit the HTTP body as an event on every request

 
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New event when the content of the URL changes. from the HTTP / Webhook API

Emit new event when the content of the URL changes.

 
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Create Post with the Wordpress.org API

Creates a post. See the docs here

 
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Create User with the Wordpress.org API

Creates a user. See the docs here

 
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Search Posts with the Wordpress.org API

Searches for specific posts. See the docs here

 
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Send any HTTP Request with the HTTP / Webhook API

Send an HTTP request using any method and URL. Optionally configure query string parameters, headers, and basic auth.

 
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Update Post with the Wordpress.org API

Updates a post specified by its ID. See the docs here

 
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Connect Wordpress.org

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import { axios } from "@pipedream/platform"
export default defineComponent({
  props: {
    wordpress_org: {
      type: "app",
      app: "wordpress_org",
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    const data = {
      "title": `New Title`,
    }
    return await axios($, {
      method: "post",
      url: `https://${this.wordpress_org.$auth.url}/wp-json/wp/v2/posts/POST_ID`,
      auth: {
        username: `${this.wordpress_org.$auth.username}`,
        password: `${this.wordpress_org.$auth.application_password}`,
      },
      data,
    })
  },
})

Connect HTTP / Webhook

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export default defineComponent({
  props: {
    http: {
      type: "http_request",
      default: {
        method: "GET",
        url: "http://api.open-notify.org/iss-now.json",
      }
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    return await this.http.execute()
  },
})

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