What we're about

We're a group of local WordPress developers, designers, and publishers who get together to share our knowledge and experience, and to meet other WordPress users in the area. This WordPress Meetup is open to all who love WordPress --- join us!

WordPress is only one tool in your communication toolbox for the web and mobile audience. Discuss what's new, what works and what doesn't among your fellow WordPress users. Connect with local WordPress designers and developers to increase your knowledge and resources.

Everyone is welcome, who has an interest in using WordPress and who is willing to share knowledge.

It's also a place for WordPress designers and developer and WordPress site owners alike to connect to the community of WordPress and contribute to spreading "The Word".

Upcoming events (5+)

WordPress Bi-Weekly Coffee Klatch

The Grind Coffee House and Roaster

Come to an informal gathering where we can talk and compare, share tips, troubleshoot issues and have a cup of Joe or maybe a cuppa tea. All about WordPress, Plugins, Themes, Blogging, etc. Get out of the house and get some work done on your blog or WordPress site in the company of other users. Feel free to bring your lap top. We only ask that each person purchase something small from the coffee shop. They have items as reasonable as $0.75 and great fruit smoothies. Organizer: Ani C. @AniRealRecipes (https://twitter.com/AniRealRecipes) A big thank you to The Grind Coffee House and Roaster (http://nptp.us/29dlS5v) for the use of their private meeting room. Seating is limited to approximately 10 guests. Please RSVP and update if your situation changes since seating is limited.

WordPress Bi-Weekly Coffee Klatch

The Grind Coffee House and Roaster

Come to an informal gathering where we can talk and compare, share tips, troubleshoot issues and have a cup of Joe or maybe a cuppa tea. All about WordPress, Plugins, Themes, Blogging, etc. Get out of the house and get some work done on your blog or WordPress site in the company of other users. Feel free to bring your lap top. We only ask that each person purchase something small from the coffee shop. They have items as reasonable as $0.75 and great fruit smoothies. Organizer: Ani C. @AniRealRecipes (https://twitter.com/AniRealRecipes) A big thank you to The Grind Coffee House and Roaster (http://nptp.us/29dlS5v) for the use of their private meeting room. Seating is limited to approximately 10 guests. Please RSVP and update if your situation changes since seating is limited.

WordPress Bi-Weekly Coffee Klatch

The Grind Coffee House and Roaster

Come to an informal gathering where we can talk and compare, share tips, troubleshoot issues and have a cup of Joe or maybe a cuppa tea. All about WordPress, Plugins, Themes, Blogging, etc. Get out of the house and get some work done on your blog or WordPress site in the company of other users. Feel free to bring your lap top. We only ask that each person purchase something small from the coffee shop. They have items as reasonable as $0.75 and great fruit smoothies. Organizer: Ani C. @AniRealRecipes (https://twitter.com/AniRealRecipes) A big thank you to The Grind Coffee House and Roaster (http://nptp.us/29dlS5v) for the use of their private meeting room. Seating is limited to approximately 10 guests. Please RSVP and update if your situation changes since seating is limited.

WordPress REST API - Best practices for Developers

Venture X - Office Space in Naples

The WP REST API is a powerful tool, even right out of the box. But it can be made to do so much more. This talk will discuss using the REST API in your apps and extending the API by adding your own endpoints. Whether for simple site maintenance or helping to manage clients learn to utilize the REST API to i’s maximum extent the right way with tips on adding endpoints, handling input and output and making sure that users can figure out just what your endpoint is doing. This is an advanced talk appropriate for intermediate to advanced developers. Chris Wiegman is an engineer at WPEngine who has been working on WordPress since 2008. Over the years he built one of the largest security plugins on WordPress.org as well as numerous other plugins, themes and solutions for sites large and small. When not coding Chris loves to teach and has presented at numerous WordCamps and other conferences as well as taught computer security for St. Edward’s University and other University courses ranging from computers to aviation.

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WordPress Bi-Weekly Coffee Klatch

The Grind Coffee House and Roaster

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