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How to use Application Passwords in WordPress for REST API Authentication - Artisans WebPrivacy PolicyTerms And ConditionsDisclaimerArtisans WebHow To Guides & Software TutorialsCategoriesLaravelWordPressPHPGeneralJavascriptjQueryAboutAdvertiseContactĂ—Search for: Posted in UncategorizedHow to use Application Passwords in WordPress for REST API Authentication Sajid Updated on January 4, 2021 Leave a commentAs a WordPress developer, you must be aware of the REST API in WordPress. WordPress provides an interface(REST API) to interact with WordPress from your application. These applications can be anything on the frontend like React, Angular, other PHP applications.The interaction between your application and WordPress communicates through HTTP requests.

WordPress then produces a password which you can use in your frontend application for HTTP requests.

A valid token is a combination of your WordPress site username and application password in base64 encoded format.
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