Angular Image Gallery With Bootstrap – Website Design Article

Recently I was presented with a challenge to quickly build an image gallery. The key requirements for the exercise were to use Angular 8 and Bootstrap 4. In this article, I have explained how we can achieve this with minimum time, effort, and resources. Since this is a practical use case in many applications, I hope it will help developers trying to build a similar feature.  Note that for this tutorial, I have used Visual Studio Code on a Windows…

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SERPStack – Free, Real-Time Google Search API – Website Design Article

ResourcesEditorial • November 03, 2019 It is hard to neglect the importance of search engines. Almost anyone who uses the internet goes to Google and other search engines for what they need. You can’t remember or know all the URLs in the world, hence your only option is to search for what you need. This is why Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs) are of huge importance. They provide a lot of information regarding keywords, businesses, and rankings. However, it…

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Geocode API Review: Scalable and Reliable Geocoding & Geoparsing – Website Design Article

ResourcesEditorial • October 09, 2019 Geocoding refers to the process of converting addresses into geographic coordinates. On the other hand, reverse geocoding refers to converting geographic coordinates into human-readable addresses. For a layman, the whole process would not make sense, however, geocoding hold a lot of significance since they allow us to identify address on a map. Businesses use geocoding to make it easy to identify delivery addresses and ensure products get delivered at the right time at the…

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rest api – [Zapier + WP Webhooks Pro]: Custom Fields get cut off at first comma or semicolon – WordPress Website Design Article

I’m using Zapier and WP Webhooks Pro to connect Google Sheet and WP to auto-publish posts for each row added to the spreadsheet. It works like as expected and all fields, including custom fields, are populated correctly expect those that have a string with a comma and/or semicolon. Those get cut off. Setting up the custom field in Zapier Success output in Zapier after posting to WP Custom field in WP (cut off after semicolon) Any help/direction on how to…

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php – How do I create a WP endpoint that retrieves all custom post types that have a tag? – WordPress Website Design Article

I have a custom post type, let’s call it ‘capability’. Each capability can have one or more tags. I have a searchbox on the frontend that the user can type into to search for all capabilities that have the specified tag. Then all the capabilities that have that tag will render on the frontend. Could anybody help me and and tell me how I can do this? I am not the most technical person. This is only a snippet of…

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Get Location Data for Your Website with Open Source API – Website Design Article

ResourcesCarrie Cousins • May 22, 2019 • Do you ever wish you knew more about website visitors to provide more personalized experiences? IP Geolocation API does just that. It’s a free an open source tool for IP to geolocation. It’s fairly easy to use and can help you make your website work better for people around the world. Here’s a look at the tool and how it works. Why Use Geolocation Data? Geolocation data is valuable when it comes…

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Fetching Data from a Third-party API with Vue.js and Axios — SitePoint – Website Design Article

Want to learn Vue.js from the ground up? Get an entire collection of Vue books covering fundamentals, projects, tips and tools & more with SitePoint Premium. Join now for just $9/month or try our 7 day free trial. More often than not, when building your JavaScript application, you’ll want to fetch data from a remote source or consume an API. I recently looked into some publicly available APIs and found that there’s lots of cool stuff that can be done…

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7 things you should know when getting started with Serverless APIs – Website Design Article

I want you to take a second and think about Twitter, and think about it in terms of scale. Twitter has 326 million users. Collectively, we create ~6,000 tweets every second. Every minute, that’s 360,000 tweets created. That sums up to nearly 200 billion tweets a year. Now, what if the creators of Twitter had been paralyzed by how to scale and they didn’t even begin? That’s me on every single startup idea I’ve ever had, which is why I…

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