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Posts Tagged ‘api’

Building REST APIs with auto-discoverable auto-tested code

For the past few months, one of the projects I’ve been working on with SevenStrokes involves building a REST API for a service. REST APIs are tricky things to get right: they’re deceptively simple to describe, yet play host to plenty of interesting topics to delve into. Such topics can be statelessness, resource scope, authentication, […]

A Beaglebone, a Blender, a Board, and a Swarm.

Hardware isn’t generally my thing. When it comes to software, I like to break and create. But in my opinion, hardware should just work. But even though that’s another story altogether, it did explain my apprehension when I greeted the UPS guy one morning delivering a BeagleBone Black. Let’s begin with the BBB. It’s a […]

WIPUP 22.04.11b released!

WIPUP is a way for you to share your long-term projects and discover the passions of others. Easter has started, and lots of interesting things are cropping up here and there – one of which is that WIPUP has seen a much-needed update. The last time this happened was way back in November, which is […]

Walkthrough of a CSS3 website design slice.

Slicing is a sign of a terrible golfer. Slicing is also the process of cutting up an image design into smaller images and writing markup code to turn it into a living, breathing website. I recently got a request from a friend to slice their portfolio website. Here is the original design he sent to […]