Most programming languages today are text-based, which means you type code that tells the computer what you want done.
The idea of designing something is as old as humans. To design something means to work out the details before committing to creating the real thing.
Object-oriented programming gives you a set of programming principles to make your code more compartmentalized and reusable.
Data structures are used to create efficient, clear, and organized programs. Among the best known data structures are lists and arrays.
APIs are what keep software connected. Whether you are looking to link your application to others or you want to have smooth communication between services, APIs help bring multiple pieces of an application together.
Most new software applications are developed using Object-oriented Programming (OOP) techniques. This paradigm is very powerful, but can also be confusing, and can lead to complex code that is difficult to debug, change, or extend.
The Origins of the Solid ProtocolJust over thirty years ago, a physicist named Tim Berners-Lee created a decentralized, collaborative read-write space he called the World Wide Web.
A service mesh can make managing a service-oriented application on the cloud much easier. It adds an infrastructure layer, keeping operational concerns out of service development, and centralizes service management.
HTTP/2 (also known as HTTP 2) updates and expands the original Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) implementation.
Unit testing exercises each function point in a program to make sure it works. Every application needs to be tested to make sure that it meets specifications – and ideally gives users joy from using it.
What are WebSockets?The WebSocket Protocol is a widely supported open standard for developing real-time applications. Previous methods for simulating full-duplex connections were based on polling, a synchronous method wherein the client makes a request to the server to see if there is any information available.
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