Pluralsight – Quickly Codelessly Connect Any Application To Any Rest API

Pluralsight – Quickly Codelessly Connect Any Application To Any Rest API-NOLEDGE
English | Size: 78.13 MB
Category: Tutorial


Notes: Big Data LDN 2019 | Quickly Codelessly Connect Any Application to Any REST API | James Goodfellow In today’s digital business landscape data is fragmented and scattered across various systems. Pulling all this data together is a significant challenge, and with businesses constantly implementing new data sources, integration complexities just keep multiplying. In this presentation, James Goodfellow explores a new approach to data access that seamlessly connects and integrates with REST APIs without coding. The results include more productive developers and easy and fast access to the data that you need to find insights and drive value [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Killing REST And Adopting RPC CodeMash

Pluralsight – Killing REST And Adopting RPC CodeMash-REBAR
English | Size: 277.91 MB
Category: Tutorial


REST has been the de facto architecture for web APIs for 15 years and its deficiencies are starting to become apparent. For developers, these deficiencies result in extra work when creating or consuming an API. The time has come to start using RPC architecture. This talk will discuss why REST is deficient for modern applications and how adopting RPC can reduce development time and reinforce more rigorous design standards. Using better standards leads to faster development, easier testing, and auto-generated clients. Steven Swenson will illustrate these points by comparing a simple API implemented in both REST and in gRPC, a standard created by Google. Other RPC standards will also be reviewed and compared to gRPC. [Read more…]

Lynda – Microsoft Azure Security Technologies (AZ-500) Cert Prep 5 Data at Rest, App Security, and Key Vault

Lynda – Microsoft Azure Security Technologies AZ 500 Cert Prep 5 Data at Rest App Security and Key Vault-APoLLo
English | Size: 144.33 MB
Category: Security


Confident in your understanding of the Microsoft cybersecurity stack? Taking and passing the Microsoft Azure Security Technologies (AZ-500) exam can help you validate your skills-and, in turn, give your IT career a boost. In this course, instructor Pete Zerger lays out what you need to know to tackle the fourth domain of the AZ-500 exam: Securing Data and Applications. Pete takes a deep dive into the concepts covered in the second half of domain four, including how to configure encryption for data at rest, configure security features to protect web apps, and manage access to Key Vault. When coupled with Azure Security Technologies: Policy and Data Infrastructure-which covers the first half of the Securing Data and Applications domain-this course can help ensure that you walk into the test center feeling prepared to tackle this key portion of the exam. [Read more…]

Linkedin Learning – Building a Headless WordPress App with REST API

Linkedin Learning – Building a Headless WordPress App with REST API-XQZT
English | Size: 380.62 MB
Category: Tutorial

Headless applications use content management systems like WordPress as data resources and present the data independently. In this course, Morten Rand-Henriksen shows how to build these data-driven front-end applications on top of the WordPress REST API. Follow along with the evolution of the course project, Task Book, a standalone app using WordPress REST API to receive and send data using authenticated requests over OAuth2, as Morten explains key concepts and techniques. Find out how to build a basic plugin to add new content types, roles capabilities, and fields to WordPress and the REST API; set up authentication with OAuth2; and configure the headless app logic with JavaScript. Plus, find out how to display task data and generate simple charts using the Chart.js library [Read more…]

Lynda – Building a Headless WordPress App with REST API

Lynda – Building a Headless WordPress App with REST API-APoLLo
English | Size: 334.22 MB
Category: Tutorial

Headless applications use content management systems like WordPress as data resources and present the data independently. In this course, Morten Rand-Henriksen shows how to build these data-driven front-end applications on top of the WordPress REST API. Follow along with the evolution of the course project, Task Book, a standalone app using WordPress REST API to receive and send data using authenticated requests over OAuth2, as Morten explains key concepts and techniques. Find out how to build a basic plugin to add new content types, roles, capabilities, and fields to WordPress and the REST API; set up authentication with OAuth2; and configure the headless app logic with JavaScript. Plus, find out how to display task data and generate simple charts using the Chart.js library. [Read more…]

Linkedin Learning – WordPress REST API

Linkedin Learning – WordPress REST API-XQZT
English | Size: 336.51 MB
Category: Tutorial

Developers can interact remotely with a WordPress site from a client-side or external application by using the WordPress REST API. Using JSON objects, this API allows you to create and send content to a site, request information from a site, update existing content, and even create single-page applications on top of WordPress. In this course, instructor Morten Rand-Hendriksen takes a detailed look at the WordPress REST API explaining what it is and how you can use it to build experiences both inside WordPress and in standalone third-party apps. [Read more…]