Tag: json

Five Battle-tested Techniques Your WordPress API Developer Isn’t Using

ActiveResource.js: Building a Powerful JavaScript SDK For Your JSON API, Fast

Dweb: Decentralised, Real-Time, Interoperable Communication with Matrix

5 Things You Have Never Done with a REST Specification

Angular 5 and ASP.NET Core

Messaging Out of the Box

Twitter Data Mining: A Guide to Big Data Analytics Using Python

PhalconPHP: A Solution for High-load RESTful APIs

UEM Getting started with REST

Social Network APIs: The Internet’s Portal to the Real World

Building Cardboard Dungeon With A-Frame

Registering OAuth clients for Google Sign-In

Grape Gem Tutorial: How To Build A REST-Like API In Ruby

Simplifying RESTful API Use and Data Persistence on iOS with Mantle and Realm

Corona Geek #146 – Creating Draggable Rag Dolls, Using Physics Bodies, and Creating Joints

Creating a mobile app from a simple HTML site: Part 3

ES6 In Depth: An Introduction

Creating a mobile app from a simple HTML site: Part 2

JSON Web Token Tutorial: An Example in Laravel and AngularJS

Corona Geek #117 – Government Grants, Windows Phone 8 Tips, and JSON Gotchas

Corona Geek #116 – URL Encoding, Using JSON, and Clash of Clans Hidden Secrets

Announcing the Windows Dev Center Partner Program

5 Golden Rules for Great Web API Design

OData v4.0 is Here – An Update for BlackBerry NDK is Now Available

Understanding and resolving app crashes and failures in Windows Store apps, part 2: JSON and tiles

Nobody Puts Filtermama in a Corner

Sencha Touch Spotlight: United Heritage Life Insurance Company

Conference App Secrets Part 3: JSON vs XML

Corona Geek #58 – Accessing Data Remotely Using JSON In Corona SDK

Creating Native Applications with Sencha Desktop Packager

What’s New with Sencha.io

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