Thermal is the WordPress plugin that gives you the power of WP_Query in a RESTful API. Thermal supports client-based decisions that, when combined with a responsive design framework, allows for a truly responsive application leveraging a WordPress content source.
You've built your site using WordPress because you love the simplicity of its experience, but your website is just one place where you want to display your content.
Thermal is the gateway between your WordPress-managed content and its consumption. Mobile Web. Native Apps. Syndication. Embeds. Thermal exposes your content for a variety of uses.
You own your WordPress content. Thermal is an API that helps you use it wherever and however you like. The Voce Platforms team created Thermal to help support applications that live outside of WordPress. You know, the mobile web apps, the syndication networks, the content embedded in other websites. Thermal provides that connection to WordPress.
Use your WordPress content anywhere you can call an API: web sites, mobile and desktop applications.
No XML-RPC here.
No configuration necessary for most uses. WordPress filters are available for further customization.
Great for complex integrations with support for WordPress custom post types and taxonomies.
Brought to you by the Platforms Team at Voce — a team that eats, sleeps and breathes this stuff.
A reference implementation of the Thermal API as a Backbone.js client is available.
Set your WordPress-managed content free across a multitude of devices and platforms. Thermal lets you do just that with an interface that works and behaves as you've grown to expect from WordPress.
The Thermal API is a JSON REST API built on top of the WordPress WP_Query object. It offers many benefits compared to other API plugins.
To get started with Thermal just download the plugin and dive into our documentation (as well as samples).
Thermal is new, so to get the creativity flowing, we have provided a few samples. As Thermal grows we will continue to share more samples.
We would love to showcase how others have used Thermal as well. If you have any examples you would like to share with the community, clone the Thermal samples git repo and submit a pull request.