Fetch vs. Axios for making HTTP requests

What is API? Why do we need them? API stands for “Application Programming Interface,” which is a software intermediary that allows two applications to talk to each other. APIs simplify how developers integrate new application components into existing architecture, they help business and IT teams collaborate. Business needs often...

by piyush.yadav
Tag: api


How to create custom Rest Api

In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a custom RESTful Web Service in Drupal 9. Before creating Rest Api, we need to know what REST API is. An application programming interface (API or web API) allows interaction with RESTful web services. Where REST is known as Representational State Transfer. First, We will need to...

by amrit.pal
Tag: api

Software development, Technology

Twitter API Integration with AEM Using Talend

Recently, I came across an interesting use case to fetch tweets from Twitter and post it to AEM instance. Since tweets content can be huge and this use case is similar to that of migration, involving extraction, transformation, and loading of the content, I decided to use an ETL tool called Talend. Talend is a leading open source...

by Pooja Chauhan
Tag: api

Android, Mobility

Offline Data Transfer in Android

Offline data transfer in Android is a way to transfer data among devices wirelessly without any network accessibility. There are many ways for connecting devices sans cables such as Bluetooth, NFC, Wifi Direct, SIP, etc. Despite the fact that a large audience is looking towards internet solutions, these ways have their unique use cases...

by Shalini Prajesh
Tag: api


Introduction To Mocha [Part-1]

  Introduction To Mocha Recently I have started learning MochaJs for unit testing of my NodeJs application. Although is very well documented and refine in its own. But that is most respect to Mocha itself. I tried and created lots of example so that it can relate to NodeJs. Before starting further, Clone/download...

by Deepak Vishwakarma
Tag: api


Background Location Updates on Android

In my previous blog, I mentioned my first task about removing the AlarmManager/LocationManager approach we were using and replace it with new Location APIs that were announced at Google I/O last year. Note: If you are unaware about using Google location api in the foreground, Please firstly read the previous blog. This method was...

by Himanshu Singh
Tag: api