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How to create a Google Drive App in PHP

This is the second article in the drive series for web programmers that aims to explain how to use the Google Drive API in your web applications to access files/folders on behalf of your logged-in users. One of the basic tasks here is to authenticate to google and access the drive on the user’s behalf once they grant permission to ...

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Flask Recipe – RESTful CRUD using sqlalchemy

RESTful apps are a thing these days. When your application’s userbase gets quite large and the client could vary from a laptop to an android device to an iOS device, it pays to keep the backend code separate and use the server only for making RESTful calls using HTTP methods that pertain to basic OLTP transactions: SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and ...

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Demystifying comments migration from Disqus to WordPress

Some time ago, I had switched from a self-hosted wordpress blog to a statically generated (Jekyll) blog hosted on Github Pages. For a commenting system, Disqus was quite an easy choice at that time since it was zero hassle for us site owners, and Disqus did all the heavy lifting from filtering the comments to storing and displaying them. But as ...

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Bootstrap Form Builder Example

In this example, we will create Html Forms with bootstrap framework. The bootstrap framework has a lot of classes to enable us to create forms that are responsive and provide a nice UI. We will specifically look at creating basic, horizontal and inline forms with Bootstrap and explore the various classes for styling individual form controls like inputs, buttons, anchor ...

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Three Productive Go Patterns to Put on Your Radar

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! By most definitions, with just 26 keywords, a terse spec, and a commitment to orthogonal features, Go is a simple language. Go programmers are expected to use the basic building blocks offered by the language to compose more complex abstractions. Over ...

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Apps Script Navigator: UrlFetchApp Empowered with Cookie Management, Re-login and Much More!

If you are a fan of Google Apps Script, you would definitely have played around with its UrlFetchApp module, offering a convenient HTTP(S) client interface. As a frequent user of the module, although I admit that it is really cool, I always felt I needed a richer client, capable of handling stuff like automatic cookie management, proper redirection and logout ...

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Understanding Lifetimes in Rust

With the convenience of higher level languages that handle the scope of how long each object in our code base exists, many of us have not needed to learn nor understand lifetimes of objects beyond understanding scopes themselves. Rust likewise manages lifetimes for us, where we have more control of simple situations via ownership and borrowing. In more complex situations, ...

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GraphQL and Performance in Rails

We looked previously at getting set up with GraphQL on Rails. We defined some queries, some mutations, and had a good time doing so! But what if I told you that with only a few hundred records in the database, it’s possible to write a query that brings our server grinding to a halt? In this article, we’ll look at ...

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