3 COMMENTs
Programming
Bruno Skvorc, Oct 30

OSQuery: Explore your OS with SQL

Facebook recently released OSQuery - a way to inspect your operating system's state with SQL as if it were a relational database. See how!
Web
Shaumik Daityari, Oct 30

An Introduction to ChatOps: Devops Meets IM

Shaumik Daityari takes a look at the emerging trend of ChatOps, and looks at how VictorOps can take your chat app's development powers even further.
6 COMMENTs
Web
Shaumik Daityari, Oct 13

How to Supercharge Slack for Powerful Workplace Collaboration

Slack is an increasingly popular collaboration tool for startups and larger organizations. Shaumik Daityari explans how to make it even more useful.
Web
Dhaivat Pandya, Oct 08

Integrating VictorOps with Salesforce Using its REST Endpoint

Dhaivat Pandya explains how to use VictorOps' REST endpoint to integrate it with other services, in this case, SalesForce.
5 COMMENTs
Web
Tim Evko, Oct 01

5 Innovative Ways to Use Web Data

Tim Evko shows 5 different ways people have harnessed web data, using the free tools from import.io.
30 COMMENTs
Web
Tim Evko, Sep 24

Web Apps Are the Future

Native mobile apps require storage space, an internet connection, and often need several data-heavy updates. Tim Evko says we should adopt web apps instead.
2 COMMENTs
Web
Javier Sanz, Sep 23

Stripe on Steroids: 11 Ways to Supercharge Your Online Store

Javier Sanz details 11 enhancements for e-commerce, built on top of the Stripe API
14 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Sep 09

What the Death of YUI Can Teach Developers

Development of the YUI library has been ceased with immediate effect. Craig discusses the implications for anyone depending on YUI or another library.
11 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Amir Glatt, Aug 28

Website Personalization: Shouldn't Sites be Smarter?

Websites know stuff -- the time, the day, even your location. Website personalization helps you use that data to present better options for your users.
Web
Bruno Skvorc, Aug 22

Diffbot: Repeated Collections and Merged APIs

Bruno Škvorc explains some trickier Diffbot concepts such as API merging, custom domain regexes and repeated custom collections. Tune in to find out more!
Web
Bruno Skvorc, Aug 20

Analyze SitePoint Author Portfolios with Diffbot

Bruno Škvorc guides you through a step by step process of implementing a custom Diffbot API for analyzing SitePoint author profiles
9 COMMENTs
PHP
Shaumik Daityari, Aug 16

APIfy Your Legacy App with Toro

Shaumik Daityari explains how you can build a simple API interface for your legacy application with the Toro router class
3 COMMENTs
PHP
SitePoint Team, Aug 04

Fractal: a Practical Walkthrough

Alex explains what Fractal is and how you can use it to keep your JSON output consistent, even after database schema changes
7 COMMENTs
PHP
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 27

Diffbot: Crawling with Visual Machine Learning

Diffbot is a machine learning algorithm which relies on visual information - it parses content visually and determines parts of it as a human would.
4 COMMENTs
PHP
Miguel Ibarra Romero, Jul 25

Using Guzzle with Twitter via Oauth

A tutorial on how you can use OAuth to authenticate Guzzle with Twitter and make it into a Twitter client - uses Guzzle's own Oauth adapter
10 COMMENTs
PHP
Vito Tardia, Jul 23

Best Practices REST API from Scratch – Implementation

Vito Tardia goes in depth with REST API construction from scratch, while adhering to best practices in API design. Learn how to build REST apps like a pro.
8 COMMENTs
Web
Shaumik Daityari, Jul 21

A Web Scraper’s Guide to Kimono

Shaumik Daityari takes a look at Kimono, an app backed by Y Combinator which aims to help users create an API for any website they like.
27 COMMENTs
PHP
Vito Tardia, Jul 21

Best Practices REST API from Scratch - Introduction

Vito Tardia goes in depth with REST API construction from scratch, while adhering to best practices in API design. Learn how to build REST apps like a pro.
15 COMMENTs
PHP
Peter Nijssen, Jul 18

Social Network Authentication: Twitter and Facebook

Peter Nijssen continues his series on social network authentication and demonstrates how you can implement Twitter and Facebook as a login system
18 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Jul 04

Is Your Browser Your Next IDE?

Mozilla is placing a web editor directly inside the Firefox development tools. Craig discusses whether it's a great idea or a return to browser bloat?
9 COMMENTs
Web
Tim Evko, Jul 03

The Yo API: The Possibilities Are Endless

An introduction to Yo, a controversial, incredibly simple app with massive potential. Tim Evko explains how to use its API and integrate Yo to your apps.
5 COMMENTs
WordPress
Collins Agbonghama, Jun 27

Creating a World Cup 2014 WordPress Widget

Agbonghama Collins uses a World Cup JSON API to create a up-to-the-minute World Cup 2014 WordPress Widget.
Web
Bruno Skvorc, May 30

Google's BigQuery Provides Free Access to GDELT

Google BigQuery now hosts GDELT - the world's largest dataset on human history - and it's free to use.
8 COMMENTs
PHP
Matthew Setter, May 15

Unit Testing with GuzzlePHP

Matthew Setter talks Unit Testing with GuzzlePHP - mocking responses and enqueuing requests in a spawned NodeJS server