Posts Tagged: JavaScript

Building a RESTful API Using Node.JS and MongoDB

Without a doubt, Application Programming Interfaces or APIs play a very important role in communication and data exchange between servers and services. From computers to smartphones and Internet of Things (IoT), applications talk and exchange info via APIs. Almost every day we use or interact with an API service, and many sites use a custom API to scale up their website. Read more

Porting a JS Library to a React Component

Guest post from Kloudless helps improve React interoperability

With the recent growth in front-end technologies, React has become one of the most popular frameworks. We’ve also seen interoperability among these frameworks become a high priority, especially when including vanilla JavaScript. Read more

Hope You Like Jammin’ Too: Understanding JAMstack

As web API aficionados, we’re always on the lookout for new web development styles. And today, we have a new one for you. If you love working with JavaScript, APIs, and Markup to build websites, then JAMstack is probably your new best friend. Read more

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13 Node.js Frameworks to Build Web APIs

Node.js is one of the most commonly used technologies in the web space. According to the StackOverflow 2017 survey, 47.1% of respondents who utilized frameworks and libraries utilized Node.js as a primary technology.

This love is really no surprise – efficient, lightweight, and powerful, Node.js includes npm, the world’s largest open source library ecosystem, providing extensibility that has to be seen to be believed. Read more

Standard API Definitions Demystified

As with any industry, the web API space faces different approaches to standardization. Not least of which are the differences between how API providers choose to define their APIs in a machine readable way with API specifications and description languages.

API definitions have emerged as ways to annotate API functionalities, and there are still many out there catering to varying web service architectures. Read more