Express is one of the most popular frameworks for building web applications in Node. In our new course, Get Started With Node.js Express, you’re going to learn Express from the ground up. If you haven’t had a chance to look into Express before, now’s your chance!
Animations, when used correctly, can make a huge difference in how users perceive your app. An app with lots of quick, subtle animations tends to look a lot more polished and professional than one without. On Google Play, an overcrowded marketplace, that can mean the difference between success and failure.
Build a REST API With Node.js and Express: Connecting a Database. In the first tutorial, Understanding RESTful APIs, we learned what the REST architecture is, what HTTP request methods and responses are, and how to understand a RESTful API endpoint. In the second tutorial, How to Set Up an Express API Server, we learned how to build servers with both Node’s built-in
http module and the Express framework, and how to route the app we created to different URL endpoints.
Angular has evolved over the years and new exciting features have been continuously added to each version. One of the improvements is in Material Design, which comes with new components. This tutorial will look at Angular Material and how to incorporate it in Angular 6 projects.
In this article, we’re going to explore the Symfony Filesystem component, which provides useful methods to interact with a file system. After installation and configuration, we’ll create a few real-world examples of how to use it.
App templates are a great way to jumpstart your next project or to learn from other people’s work. This article lists a few popular Android templates available on ThemeKeeper Market. If you are looking for inspiration or you’re building an Android app and need help with a particular feature, then you may find your answer in some of these templates. All of these templates come with full source code so you can customize the apps however you want.
The internet would be pretty dull without images. However, maintaining and manipulating hundreds or thousands of images for your web site can be a headache. As your site design changes, you might need to modify all your images—for example, you might need to convert all your images to grayscale or resize them to 50% of their original size. You might also want to compress or crop different images. Doing this manually is time-consuming and error-prone, but with a little programming knowledge it can be automated.
In this post, you’ll learn the basics of arrays in PHP. You’ll learn how to create an array and how to use associative and multidimensional arrays, and you’ll see lots of examples of arrays in action.
The Intent is one of the fundamental building blocks of an Android app. If you want to become a pro Android coder, you’re going to need to master Intents. And the best way to do that is by taking our new short course, Kotlin Android Fundamentals: Intents.
Swift is one of the fastest-growing languages in history, due to its elegance, simplicity, and “safety by design”. In fact, Swift’s official mantra is “to make programming simple things easy, and difficult things possible”. In this post, you’ll learn how to use Swift to its fullest by refactoring your code.
Using standard HTML alone, modern web apps can lock out users with accessibility needs.
In this series, we’ve been learning about Channels from Pusher, a platform that allows you to give your users the seamless real-time experience they want.
How to Set Up an Express API Server in Node.js. In the previous tutorial, we learned what the REST architecture is, the six guiding constraints of REST, how to understand HTTP request methods and their response codes, and the anatomy of a RESTful API endpoint.
Understanding REST and RESTful APIs. If you’ve spent any amount of time with modern web development, you will have come across terms like REST and API. If you’ve heard of these terms or work with APIs but don’t have a complete understanding of how they work or how to build your own API, this series is for you.