Books: Current Bestseller

With the free JSON Content Importer Plugin you can display the New York Times Bestseller-Booklist:

Code for that:
[jsoncontentimporter url=https://api.nytimes.com/svc/books/v3/lists/current/hardcover-fiction.json?api-key=YOUR_NYT_API_BOOK_KEY basenode=results] {list_name}<br>{subloop-array:books:-1}<img src="{books.book_image}" title="{books.title}" align="left" width="40" hspace="5"> {books.rank}. <a href="{books.amazon_product_url}" target="_blank">{books.title}</a><br>{books.description}<br clear="all"> <hr>{/subloop-array:books} [/jsoncontentimporter]


In action:

Hardcover Fiction
1. WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING
A woman who survived alone in the marsh becomes a murder suspect.


2. UNDER CURRENTS
Echoes of a violent childhood reverberate for Zane Bigelow when he starts a new kind of family in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains.

3. SUMMER OF '69
The Levin family undergoes dramatic events with a son in Vietnam, a daughter in protests and dark secrets hiding beneath the surface.

4. CITY OF GIRLS
An 89-year-old Vivian Morris looks back at the direction her life took when she entered the 1940s New York theater scene.

5. BACKLASH
Cut off from any support, Scot Harvath fights to get his revenge.

6. KNIFE
After Rakel kicks him out, Harry Hole begins anew with the Oslo police cold case office to investigate a serial rapist and killer from his past.

7. THE CHAIN
Rachel Klein is ensnared in a pay-it-forward criminal enterprise involving ransoms and kidnapping.

8. LOST AND FOUND
A photographer embarks on a road trip to reconnect with three men she might have married.

9. EVVIE DRAKE STARTS OVER
In a seaside town in Maine, a former Major League pitcher and a grieving widow assess their pasts.

10. MRS. EVERYTHING
The story of two sisters, Jo and Bethie Kaufman, and their life experiences as the world around them changes drastically from the 1950s.

11. UNSOLVED
A string of seemingly accidental and unrelated deaths confound F.B.I. Agent Emmy Dockery.

12. THE GOLDEN HOUR
In 1941, a society magazine writer turns up unsavory dealings when she investigates the Duke and Duchess of Windsor in the Bahamas.

13. ON EARTH WE'RE BRIEFLY GORGEOUS
Little Dog writes a letter to a mother who cannot read, revealing a family history.

14. THE SILENT PATIENT
Theo Faber looks into the mystery of a famous painter who stops speaking after shooting her husband.

15. WHISPER NETWORK
Three close co-workers file a sexual harassment lawsuit against a top C.E.O. candidate at an athletic apparel brand in Dallas.

JCI and casino.chompcasino.com

Challenge: Load https://casino.chompcasino.com/content/chomp-casino/json/2.1/manifest_multicurrency.json and display those game-items containing a defined title.

Solution: Create a new JCI-template with the following settings.
URL: https://casino.chompcasino.com/content/chomp-casino/json/2.1/manifest_multicurrency.json
urlparam4twig : t

Twig code in template:

{% set t = 'Mont' %}
{% if urlparam.t %}
{% set t = urlparam.t %}
{% endif %}
term: {{t}}<br>
{% for g in games if g.title matches '/'~t~'/i'  %}
title: {{g.title}}<br>
{% for i in g.images %}
{{i.url}}
{% endfor %}
<hr>
{% endfor %}

Create new page with this Shortcode: [jsoncontentimporterpro id=NUMBER_OF_JCI_TEMPLATE]

In Action:

Try also this: http://api.json-content-importer.com/jci-and-casino-chompcasino-com/?t=romance

term: Mont
title: Montezuma
/content/all/images/montezuma/banner.jpg /content/all/images/montezuma/tile.jpg

JCI and TablePress

The Plugin “TablePress” and the PRO version of the JSON Content Importer can work together in this way:

First: Create a new TablePress-Table with e. g. two columns and two rows. Fill the cells with some dummy text. This gives you a shortcode [table id=NUMBER_OF_TABLEPRESS_TABLE].

Second: Create a new JCI-Plugin Template with e. g. some JSON data. The Twig-Code is

name: {{_context.0.name}}
[table “NUMBER_OF_TABLEPRESS_TABLE” not found /]

Third: Create a new WordPress-Page/Post with
[jsoncontentimporterpro id=NUMBER_OF_JCI_TEMPLATE]

Preview this page: You should see some “name”-Data and a Table.

Then change the content of a Table-Cell and insert {{_context.0.name}} there.

Preview the page again: If you see the Twig-Code in the Tablecell go to the JCI-Plugin-Options, Tab Settings and select “first third-party-Shortcodes, 2nd: JSONContentImporter-Shortcode (use this for TablePress, Contact Form 7 etc.)”.

Preview again and you should see the JSON-data in the Table.

If the number of columns or rows is dynamic: Up to my knowleded TablePress has a fixed number of cols and rows. So this is not that flexible.
Maybe Table Sort is an option then.

JCI and Table Press in Action:

name: Do Work You Love Breakfast - 04. Feb - München
1a: {{_context.0.name}}1b
2a2b

API waterservices.usgs.gov and “Auto Refresh API Ajax”

Challenge: Display the data from https://waterservices.usgs.gov/nwis/iv/?format=json&sites=01407600&parameterCd=72279&siteStatus=active

Simply displaying data is easy – create a Plugin template with the above URL and this Twigcode (Shortcode: [jsoncontentimporterpro id=NO_OF_TEMPLATE])

Location:  {{value.timeSeries.0.sourceInfo.siteName}}<br>
Date: {{value.timeSeries.0.values.0.value.0.dateTime | date("Y-m-d",   "America/New_York") }} <br>
Time: {{value.timeSeries.0.values.0.value.0.dateTime | date("H:i",  "America/New_York") }}<br>
Water Level: {{value.timeSeries.0.values.0.value.0.value}}

In Action:

Location: Shrewsbury River at Sea Bright, NJ
Date: 2019-07-19
Time: 22:48
Water Level: 2.07

Display this data with the “Auto Refresh API Ajax” Plugin- Way 1:

  • Install the Plugin
  • Create a HTML-Div like <div id=”araatest”>load data</div>
  • Go to the “Auto Refresh AA” menu and insert this:
  • URL: See above
  • What: value.timeSeries.0.values.0.value.0.value
  • Where: div[id=”araatest”]

Display this data with the “Auto Refresh API Ajax” Plugin- Way 2:

Create a new JSON-Feed by adding a new plugin-template:
URL: https://waterservices.usgs.gov/nwis/iv/?format=json&sites=01407600&parameterCd=72279&siteStatus=active

{"data": "Location:  {{value.timeSeries.0.sourceInfo.siteName}}, Date: {{value.timeSeries.0.values.0.value.0.dateTime | date("Y-m-d",   "America/New_York") }}, Time: {{value.timeSeries.0.values.0.value.0.dateTime | date("H:i",  "America/New_York") }},Water Level: {{value.timeSeries.0.values.0.value.0.value}}"}

Put [jsoncontentimporterpro id=NO_OF_TEMPLATE] on a new page. This page should be something like this:
http://api.json-content-importer.com/json-waterservices-usgs-gov/
Adding “?show=oc” removes the template and gives pure JSON:
http://api.json-content-importer.com/json-waterservices-usgs-gov/?show=oc http://api.json-content-importer.com/json-waterservices-usgs-gov/?show=oc
This JSON we use in “Auto Refresh API Ajax”

In action:

load data

API cryptopanic.com with PRO plugin

Challenge:
How to get access to the data in
https://cryptopanic.com/api/v1/portfolio/?auth_token=… (auth_token needed for real access).

Solution:
For that create a new Plugin-Template with these data
URL: see above
Twig-Template:

portfolio.totals.BTC: {{portfolio.totals.BTC}}<br>
{% for e in portfolio.entries %}
id: {{e.id}}, currency: {{e.currency.title}}, amount_usd: {{e.amount_usd}}<br>
{% endfor %}

Shortcode: [jsoncontentimporterpro id=NO_OF_TEMPLATE]

Live in action:

portfolio.totals.BTC: 1.01098756
id: 99547, currency: Bitcoin, amount_usd: 3517.23513915
id: 99550, currency: Ren, amount_usd: 107.086342464
id: 99548, currency: BitShares, amount_usd: 105.932669292
id: 99549, currency: Gifto, amount_usd: 101.704387806
id: 99591, currency: Request, amount_usd: 75.675883161


Shownotes: Generate Custom Post Types for meetup.com API

Here you find the Code for Copypasting to the Video created to show how the JCI-plugin can generate Custom Post Types out of JSON.

Shownotes
1. Link to JSON:
http://api.json-content-importer.com/extra/json/meetup/1.json

2. Plugin-Settings for Custom Post Tpyes:
type=meetup1;ptredirect=meetup2;ptname=meetups;key=REPLACE_BY_RANDOM_NUMBERS_AND_CHARS

3. Overview-Page: twig-cod

<ul>
{% for m in _parent %}
<li><b>{{m.name}}</b><br>
{{(m.time/1000) | dateformat('%A %m/%d/%y %H:%M:%S ', 'Europe/Berlin', 'en_EN') }}<br>
{{m.venue.address_1}}, {{m.venue.city}}<br>
<a href="/meetup2/id{{m.id}}/">more</a>
</li>
{% endfor %}
</ul>

4. Custom Post Types: twig-code

{{description}}
<hr><b>Location:</b>:<br>
<a href="https://www.google.com/maps?q={{venue.lat}}+{{venue.lon}}" target="_blank">{{venue.address_1}}, {{venue.city}}</a>
Anmerkung: {{how_to_find_us}}
<hr>
<a href="{{link}}" target="_blank">more on meetup.com</a>
<hr>
<a href="/list-of-meetups/">overview on current meetups</a>
<hr>

5. Shortcode for generating page:

[jsoncontentimporterpro url=http://api.json-content-importer.com/extra/json/meetup/1.json id=NUMBER_OF_TEMPLATE_POINT_3 DEAKdebugmode=10 mode=create createoptions='{"type":"meetup1", "loop":"", "title":"{{name}}", "slugname": "id{{id}}", "deleteold":"yes","customfields": #BRO# {"field1":"value1"}, {"field2{{id}}":"date{{#SQM#now#SQM#|date(#SQM#mdY#SQM#)}}"}#BRC#}']

6. WordPress.org Plugin Repository: Cron-Plugins
https://wordpress.org/plugins/search/cron/

API: santannaenergyservices.com

A Job for the PRO plugin is displaying and selecting data from the santannaenergyservices.com API.

Step 1 is creating a plugin-template with this twig-template (instead of concatenating the output you might push it directly)

{% set txt = "" %}
{% for m in model %}
{% set txt = txt ~ "<br>productId: " ~ m.productId%}
{% for r in m.rateScheduleList %}
{% set txt = txt ~ "<br>rateScheduleId: " ~ r.rateScheduleId%}
{% for rsl in r.rateSegmentList if  (rsl.rateSegmentTerm matches '/18 Months/i' ) %}
{% set txt = txt ~ "<br>rateSegmentId: " ~ rsl.rateSegmentId %}
{% for rsdl in rsl.rateSegmentDetailList%}
{% set txt = txt ~ "<br>segmentDetailId: " ~ rsdl.segmentDetailId ~ ", " ~ rsdl.chargeType %}
{% endfor %}
{% endfor %}
{% endfor %}
{% set txt = txt ~ "<hr>" %}
{% endfor %}
{{txt}}

URL:

https://santannaenergyservices.com/productSearch.php?utilityCode=COMILE&stateCode=IL&customerTypeCode=R&serviceTypeCode=E&salesChannelCode=WEB&contractSourceCode=MM

Save the plugin-template and remember the number of the template.
Add this shortcode to an page:

[jsoncontentimporterpro id=NUMBER_OF_TEMPLATE]

This should show you that:


productId: 74
rateScheduleId: 306
rateSegmentId: 306
segmentDetailId: 532, Electric Charges
segmentDetailId: 533, Service Account Charge

productId: 58
rateScheduleId: 164
rateScheduleId: 165
rateScheduleId: 166
rateScheduleId: 167
rateScheduleId: 168
rateScheduleId: 169
rateScheduleId: 170

Free Plugin with JSON-example

One user asked for hints on using a JSON like this. The solution is quite simple:

Install the free JSON Content Importer Plugin and use this Shortcode:

[jsoncontentimporter url=http://api.json-content-importer.com/extra/json/blog/blockchain_2.json basenode=consumer_reviews_api]{subloop:params:-1}
params: {params.username}
{/subloop:params}<hr>
{subloop:trader:-1}
trader: {trader.company_name}
{/subloop:trader}<hr>
{subloop-array:reviews:-1}
review: {reviews.comments}<br>
{/subloop-array:reviews}[/jsoncontentimporter]

See it in action:


The Block settings for that: