Building a Rest API with the Bottle Framework

REST APIs have become a common way to establish an interface between web back-ends and front-ends, and between different web services. The simplicity of this kind of interface, and the ubiquitous support of the HTTP and HTTPS protocols across different networks and frameworks, makes it an easy choice when considering interoperability issues. Bottle is a […]

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Let LoopBack Do It: A Walkthrough of the Node API Framework You’ve Been Dreaming Of

While Ruby has Rails and Python has Django, the dominant application development framework for Node has yet to be established. But, there is a powerful contender gaining steam: LoopBack, an open source API framework built by StrongLoop, the creators of Express. Let’s take a closer look at LoopBack and it’s capabilities by turning everything into […]

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Requests’ Two APIs

Kenneth Reitz’s excellent Requests library has been praised, rightfully, for its excellent API. In fact, its API is so good that it’s been praised in a literary context, as well as by almost every programmer who has come across it. There is no question that this API is one of the best you can find […]

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