Archive for the ‘rest api’ Category

Quick Tip: Mock REST APIs Using json-server

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Sometimes you need to prototype the front-end of your application without a back-end in place. Creating even a basic mock API to develop against can be time-consuming. The json-server library solves this problem for you by providing a fast and easy way...

How to Create a Pokemon Spawn Locations Recorder with CouchDB

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In a previous article, you’ve been introduced to CouchDB. This time, you’re going to create a full-fledged app where you can apply the things you learned. You’re also going to learn how to secure your database at the end of the tutori...

Single Page Apps Using AngularJS and the WordPress REST API

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Automattic and the WordPress community are working on integrating the WordPress REST API plugin into the WP core, which means that the API will be available without the actual plugin, and we could see more of WordPress integration with front-end JavaSc...

How Will REST API Affect WordPress Developers?

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With the advent of WordPress 4.4 last year in December, we saw the inclusion of the first half of REST API in the WordPress Core, and the rest of it is expected to be with us in the upcoming major release of WordPress. That said, REST API has been aro...

Flexible and Easily Maintainable Laravel + Angular Material Apps

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In this article, we’re going to set up a Laravel API with Angular Material for the front end. We’re also going to follow best practices that will help us scale with the number of developers working on the project and the complexity behind it. Most ...