Monthly Archives: July 2015

[Summer of API] Wanting to know more about meteorites?

When browsing the proposed open datasets, we was interested in having a look at what NASA provides. Of course, there are a lot of things about space but we can also find out some data about earth itself, specially about … Continue reading

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[Summer of API] Apisparkifying Angular applications

For the Summer of API, Im implementing an Angular application (see my first post on the subject) to display open data on maps in a convenient way. I want to use all the classical tools provided by the community to … Continue reading

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[Summer of API] Let’s start to code

Last month, Restlet and API Evangelist launched a virtual hackaton: Summer of API. The latter is focused on implementing a Web API that aims to build an API project to expose an Open Data set. This lasts all summer so … Continue reading

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Permissions in RESTful services

RESTful services are independent from clients. That means that services can be consumed by different clients like applications, UIs, and so on. In the case of UIs, you need to take into account permissions in order to only provide the … Continue reading

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Checking your JavaScript code

Checking your JavaScript code Following code guidelines and best practices is an important aspect of project development. This allows to detect potential bugs and prevent from using bad practices. Another aspect is preventing from tricky merges if you work within … Continue reading

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