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Feature request: filter hook for after json encode (2 posts)

  1. Austen Blokker
    Posted 12 months ago #

    I'm using the JSON API with WP Super Cache. Super Cache needs the generated file to end with '</html>' in order to recognize the end of the file and cache the page. I modified the JSON API plugin to add '//</HTML>' to the end of the JSON string, and then used a filter on WP Super Cache to remove the '//</HTML>' after caching so the JSON string remains unmodified. It works great, my JSON data loads super fast now!

    I'd prefer if I could use a filter to modify the JSON string rather than hacking the plugin, so my changes don't get overwritten on plugin updates. Thanks for an awesome plugin.


  2. Bob Gregor
    Posted 10 months ago #

    Do you know if WP Super Cache uses the object caching API? If it supports wp_cache_set & wp_cache_get, then we can make JSON API support super cache & all the other caching plugins.


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