PHP and GraphQL: Building APIs

PHP and GraphQL: Building APIs

GraphQL, developed by Facebook in 2012 and open-sourced in 2015, is a query language for APIs that offers a more efficient and flexible alternative to REST API. With GraphQL, clients can request only the necessary data, reducing network transfers and improving performance. It also allows fetching multiple resources in a single request and provides a strong type system for error prevention. Additionally, GraphQL offers a powerful introspection system for easier API integration and tool building. Overall, using GraphQL simplifies API building and consumption, enhancing performance and developer experience.
Bash for Web Development – PL Courses

Bash for Web Development – PL Courses

Bash, short for Bourne Again SHell, is a powerful scripting language commonly used in the Unix operating system. While it's primarily known for its use in automating system administration tasks, Bash can also be utilized in web development, specifically...

Running 1000 tests in 1s

๐Ÿ“– tl;dr: Most code doesn't require the amount of test isolation contemporary test runners apply by default. If you only opt into the amount of isolations you need, you can…

How to convert Array to List in Java

The two most significant data structures in Java are Array and List. We'll learn how to convert a Java Array to a List in this section. We've also written Java applications that use several Java techniques to turn an Array into a List.

Python Django vs. Flask

Python is a handy tool for web development. In fact, Python is known for its great web development frameworks, Flask and Django, and its ability to adapt fast to technological advancements.

How to work with AJAX Request in Django

AJAX is an acronym for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML. AJAX technologies allow web pages to update asynchronously by exchanging data to and from the webserver. In essence, the web page can be updated without reloading the entire web page. It utilizes XMLHttpRequest objects to transmit and receive data.

Hooks vs Classes a few months later

๐Ÿ“– tl;dr: Hooks have simplified a lot of UI code for many users. But what's the maintainers perspective on them? Do they lead to less time spent answering support questions?…