Building RESTful APIs using Flask

There are three major types of API frameworks as discussed in one of out previous posts and REST is one of them. Representational State Transfer (REST) is a  software...

Building API using python flask framework

This tutorial will focus majorly on basic introduction to API and building APIs using Flask . Please checkout my previous tutorial - Getting started with flask (Python)

What are APIs and how do they work?

What exactly is an API? We hear about how valuable APIs are all the time; our founder, Ross Mason, often says that they will have a significant impact on business. However, what is the...

Getting started with flask – Python

This tutorial is also available in YouTube Flask is a python web framework. This means flask provides you with tools, libraries and technologies that allow you to...

Popular CSS frameworks you can use to quickly power your webpages

Creating consistent, concise, and effective CSS can be quite a lot of work. There are so many things to consider like responsiveness, accessibility, and structure. Why...

Learning how to code on your own.

Late last year (2018) I caught myself in this situation where what I was hired to do was way above my skill levels. Yes, the work was that of...
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Http status codes.

HTTP status codes are issued by a server in response to a client's request made to the server. It includes codes from IETF Request for Comments (RFCs), other specifications, and some...
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Pull request on Git and GitHub for Beginners Part III (Tutorial)

This tutorial will teach you how to create a Pull Request and Merge it. You need to know how to create Branches and push them on GitHub, you can learn from Part II of my tutorial: An...

Introduction to Git and GitHub for Beginners Part II (Tutorial)

This tutorial will teach you how to create Branches and push them on GitHub. You need to know the basic Commands of Git, which you can learn from Part I of...
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Introduction to Git and GitHub for Beginners Part I (Tutorial)

What is the Difference between Git and GitHub? Git is a free and open distributed version control system, a tool to manage your source code history.


Integrating GitHub and Pivotal Tracker using best conventions branch workflow

Pivotal Tracker (PT) now supports several integrations like Jira, GitLab and even GitHub integration. The native PT GitHub integration automatically allows attachment...
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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus