Author Archives: NILLC

Adding Basic Authentication Headers to a Request

If your web feed requires an HTTP Basic Authentication header you can add the header information as part of your feed definition. Note, if you use a basic authentication header with your feed be sure to use a URL that begins with https to ensure that the username and password in the header are not decodable… Read More »

Using the OpenWeatherMap API with Transform

In our newest example of Transform we created a tutorial on how to use the OpenWeatherMap.org API and Transform to display the current weather condition. We used a Transform setting to store the API key so that it can be reused and easily updated across multiple feeds.

Creating a Web Service for Use with Transform

Today we created a new page that describes how to create a web service that can be used by Transform as a feed from a MySQL database. Using the techniques described you could integrate nearly any database to your WordPress sites.