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GitLab is a tool that helps teams to work cohesively and collaboratively across a singular platform. JIRA is a project management tool for planning, tracking, and releasing software. In this article, we dive into how to integrate GitLab with JIRA, and look at the advantages of this integration.
When Apple open-sourced Swift, developers saw a greater potential for the language than mere client-side iOS development. The community envisioned a language that could become more universal and cross-platform, evidenced by the emergence of server-side Swift powered by the Vapor Web Framework.
CORS is a security mechanism that allows a Web page from one domain to access a resource from a different origin. This article provides an in-depth guide to Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) for REST APIs, on how CORS works, and common pitfalls especially around security.
One of the most distinguished features to come out of Apple’s last WWDC, is for third-party communications apps to be able to tap into the system level and allow users to interact with incoming calls on the same level of intimacy as regular phone calls. This article provides an overview how.
As a developer, you can provision REST APIs in many different ways including using a PHP micro framework, such as Slim. In this article, you'll use the Slim framework for creating a REST API. You'll then use this API for performing CRUD operations on a user-defined table in a database.
In an effort to aggregate search across the iOS user experience, iOS 9 introduced proactive suggestions, which were subsequently enhanced in iOS 10. In this article, we explain the role of proactive suggestions and provide an overview of how to implement them in your iOS apps.
Voice enabled applications are widely expected to see a lot of action this year with Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home devices likely to get more user acceptance. As a developer, it is important to tap into this ecosystem early. This tutorial will walk you through getting started with Google Actions.
Information professionals who work in higher education institutions encounter a number of problems while managing data and addressing the needs of those who use their electronic libraries. This tutorial shows you how tools available via the Intellexer API can help address those challenges.
Omnipay is a PHP processing library that supports 26 reputable payment gateways, including PayPal and Stripe. This article shows you Omnipay's capabilities by verifying a customer's credit card information and then uses the SDK for making a payment through a Stripe payment gateway.
This is the first part of our series How to Add Postcode-Based Proximity Search With Open Data. In this article we will explain how to geocode a dataset using open data. By the end of this article, you should be able to take a dataset and add the position of each record to that dataset.
This is the second part of our series How to Add Postcode-Based Proximity Search With Open Data. In this article we’ll explain three ways to geocode your data using Open Postcode Geo. We show you how to find the position of each pub in a dataset; and use this dataset to find the nearest pub.
This is the third part of our series How to Add Postcode-Based Proximity Search With Open Data. To find a nearby business, you need to know: nearby what? In this article we show you how to implement the common application of nearest locations to a postcode provided by a user.
This is the fourth part of our series How to Add Postcode-Based Proximity Search With Open Data. In this article we will show you how to take a geocoded dataset and a postcode, and order the dataset by proximity to the postcode. This is used to find the nearest pub to a user specified location.
In this article we will start with a fully RPC API, with almost no other constraints than using the HTTP protocol for data transport, and we will start adding REST constraints through different revisions, trying to understand the trade-offs involved in each small change.
The last couple of years have seen a large number of organizations and developers rush towards getting familiar with Machine Learning fundamentals and coming to grips with what it takes to integrate it into their applications. While you can definitely build out your own Machine Learning platform,
When a browser visits a Web site, the page that's sent back over the Internet is preceded by a pre-amble known as the HTTP header. As it turns out, the same sort of pre-amble precedes a Web API's response. As this 101-level tutorial, shows, it includes a hint about how the API formats its data.
These days many projects rely on cloud based file-sharing tools. These solutions often sport a user friendly interface and offer a huge storage quota, but they are ‘free with limitations’. The lack of control and integration into existing infrastructures can drive organizations towards alternatives.
This tutorial will show you how you can push data into Klipfolio from hundreds of APIs, using the Google Analytics Core Reporting API as an example. The best way to follow along with this tutorial is if you have both Google Analytics and Klipfolio accounts.
We are currently at an intersection where the devices that we will work with will not necessary have an interface or buttons to click. One of the natural ways that we can interact with these devices is via voice. And one of the winners in the consumer device market in this segment is the Amazon
ParseHub, a web scraping tool,can be used in combination with textual analysis tools to collect complex and valuable data from social media sites like twitter.com. I used the sentiment analysis tool fromtext-processing.comto analyze the tone of 27,000 tweets, scraped with ParseHub. I used this