A lot of folks know about the WooCommerce API but just haven’t gotten around to using it. Others are just learning about it. Still, other folks might have attempted to use it but got stuck somewhere along the way and went back to the good old ways of doing things.
The truth is, the WooCommerce API isn’t especially complicated but – like any new technique or product feature – it does take a little getting used to. The best way to get up to speed on something like this is to find a nice, simple, easy-to-understand tutorial that takes you step by step through a process – even if it’s not the most real-world example. Nothing over-the-top – just a quick proof of concept script to see if, and how, you can get it working. Something that will let you render a page like this: