To use Django Wordpress API in a project:

import wordpress_api

The django-wordpress-api has two main features: the WPApiConnector and the Views that uses it. If you want to use the pre defined views, just add wordpress-api-urls to your project.

The basic django-wordpress-api urls are:

http://localhost:8000/blog/; display the blog list

http://localhost:8000/(?P<slug>[-\w]+)/; displays the detail of a blog identified with the given slug

http://localhost:8000/category/(?P<slug>[-\w]+)/; displays the blogs in the category identified with the given slug

http://localhost:8000/tag/(?P<slug>[-\w]+)/; displays the blogs in the tag identified with the given slug

http://localhost:8000/author/(?P<slug>[-\w]+)/; displays the blogs written by the author identified with the slug

Else, If you want to retrieve the blog posts in your custom views, you can use directly the WPApiConnector and its methods. You can check them at wordpress_api/