Tag - APIs

WordPress Username Enumeration Attacks Understanding and Prevention

WordPress Username Enumeration Attacks: Understanding and Prevention

WordPress is without a doubt one of the most widely used content management systems (CMS) in the world, powering over 40% of all websites on the internet. But because of its broad use, it is also a perfect target for bad actors looking to take advantage of security holes for...

JavaScript Performance Optimization Debounce vs Throttle Explained

JavaScript Performance Optimization: Debounce vs Throttle Explained

Many of the online apps of today are powered by the flexible JavaScript language, but power comes with responsibility. Managing numerous events effectively is a problem that many developers encounter. When user inputs like scrolling, resizing, or typing happen, a series of events can be triggered that, if not correctly...

Was DOM Invented with HTML

Was DOM Invented with HTML?

Because it offers an organized representation of HTML and XML content, the Document Object Model (DOM) is an essential component of web development. But was HTML developed before the DOM? This article explores the history of the DOM and HTML, looking at its inception, growth, and eventual fusion. We'll go...

APIs vs. Endpoints Breaking Down the Differences

APIs vs. Endpoints: Breaking Down the Differences

Despite being basic ideas in web development and programming, APIs and endpoints can lead to misunderstanding. These phrases have different meanings and purposes, despite their close relationship and sometimes interchange, which leads to misunderstanding. This blog article will go over APIs and endpoints in detail, explain how they vary, and...

Python in the Air Real-Time Flight Tracking Made Simple

Python in the Air: Real-Time Flight Tracking Made Simple

The capacity to follow planes in real-time has grown in value in today's linked society. Accurate flight data may offer up a world of possibilities for everyone involved in aviation, from hobbyists to developers creating complex systems. This in-depth tutorial will walk you through the whole process of using Python...

Data Engineer

We’re Hiring – Senior Data Engineer

As a senior data engineer the main product you’ll be working on is our data pipeline, which has been built using the best-of-breed ETL/data warehousing tools and technologies. We predominantly use Python, with Airflow being our orchestration framework of choice. We use Snowflake as our cloud data warehouse, together with...

10 Key Lessons for API Product Managers and Team Leaders

The foundation of contemporary software development, APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) allow for easy platform and system interaction. You play a crucial part in determining the success of your product as an API product manager or team leader, as well as the efficiency of your team. In this blog article, we'll...

RESTful vs. RPC: Comparing Two Distinct API Architectural Approaches

Developers have a wide range of architectural styles to pick from when it comes to creating and implementing APIs. Representational State Transfer (REST) and Remote Procedure Call (RPC) are two popular choices. Both strategies have their own advantages, disadvantages, and applications. With the use of practical C# code samples, we...

Everything You Should Know About Postman

Postman is a popular tool for testing and developing APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). It is used by developers, testers, and even non-technical team members to interact with APIs in a quick and easy way. In this article, we will dive into what Postman is, its key features, and how it...

What Is CORS?

CORS is a browser protocol and security standard. It is critical for API development. To limit the hazards of cross-origin HTTP queries, modern browsers use CORS in APIs such as XMLHttpRequest or Fetch. It allows you to keep your website's integrity. But what exactly is CORS? What is its purpose?...