This endpoint allows user to login with Google ID. Provide the valid ‘id_token’ for your app from Google API. You can try this OAuth 2.0 Playground to generate a ‘id_token’. To use this ‘google_connect’ endpoint, you must be familiar with the Google apps and generating access_token and id_token for your app. See this for more details…
This endpoint will search the database for matching username. If you want to search other user_meta too, use ‘members’ or ‘friends’ endpoints.
This endpoint will let user delete his account. You can get nonce value to be used with this endpoint by calling http://localhost/api/get_nonce/?controller= userplus&method=delete_account Be very careful using ‘delete_account’, this will delete the user account.
This endpoint is used to retrieve password for user.
This endpoint will check if the given ‘username’ is available for registration or not.
This endpoint will check if the given email address is available for registration or not.
This endpoint allows users to register via Facebook account. Provide valid access_token with email extended permission. To generate test access_token, try this tool https://developers.facebook.com/tools/explorer/ and select the app from above drop down that you want to get access_token (You must have joined that app already with email permission to generate access_token) for and then select…
This endpoint allows user registration. To disable registration email notification to user: http://localhost/api/user/register/?key=KEY-HERE &username=john &firstname.lastname@example.org&nonce=8bdfeb4e16& display_name=John&user_pass=8734tHYS¬ify=no Please make sure you provide valid values that these fields expect in correct format. To register user with a reference Provide the ‘reference’ variable with the call. You can then use the get_user_meta endpoint to get the value. meta_key=reference.…
This endpoint is used to update user_meta and other details including password. Please see optional arguments for details.
This endpoint allows user to change his password.