The WordPress Search Widget is a classic HTML Form, but what if we want to show the results right away? In this tutorial, we will power up the WordPress Search Form with React and REST API to show the results immediately.
Sites powered by newer versions of WordPress have the REST API enabled by default. In this tutorial, we will use React to pull the latest posts from such sites and render them as articles with a summary.
We can show our MailChimp Form with a widget that we have made in the last tutorial. In this tutorial, you will learn how to code the whole interaction with the form using React.
We are continuing on building the MailChimp WordPress plugin. Now that the base of our plugin is set we can continue on creating the settings page and a custom post type Form that will hold our list information.
Custom solution and membership site built on WordPress require some custom WordPress login solutions. In this tutorial we will create a WordPress Login Plugin that will use React for processing login. With the help of React, we can have more than 1 widget and each of them will change its appearance when our user logs in.