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Strapi Headless Content Management System

Strapi is a headless content management system (CMS) that is distributed through the JavaScript package manager, npm. As a headless CMS it supports application programming interface (API) usage without dependence on the presentation layer, and this allows content stored in its single location to serve multiple points of consumption. The ...

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Strapi Headless Content Management System

Strapi is a headless content management system (CMS) that is distributed through the JavaScript package manager, npm. As a headless CMS it supports application programming interface (API) usage without dependence on the presentation layer, and this allows content stored in its single location to serve multiple points of consumption. The data consumption can be restricted through user roles and permissions. The data manipulation tasks, e.g. uploading files, gathering data into collections, defining relationships among ...

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Strapi Headless Content Management System


RequireJS - Javascript Modules for the Browser

RequireJS is a JavaScript file and module loader that is optimized for in-browser use, but it can be used in other JavaScript environments such as Node. RequireJS is aimed at improving the speed and quality of your code.

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RequireJS - Javascript Modules for the Browser

RequireJS is a JavaScript file and module loader that is optimized for in-browser use, but it can be used in other JavaScript environments such as Node. RequireJS is aimed at improving the speed and quality of your code.

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RequireJS - Javascript Modules for the Browser


Episode V - The Form Strikes Back

Managing changes to a web application server and client is challenging. In particular, maintaining forms effectively requires specific consideration. How can a development team avoid breaking the user-experience as form fields change? This presentation follows "Episode IV: A new REST" and introduces the idea of generating consumer side forms by ...

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Episode V - The Form Strikes Back

Managing changes to a web application server and client is challenging. In particular, maintaining forms effectively requires specific consideration. How can a development team avoid breaking the user-experience as form fields change? This presentation follows "Episode IV: A new REST" and introduces the idea of generating consumer side forms by taking advantage of hypermedia responses.

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Episode V - The Form Strikes Back


CSS: Bootstrap vs. Thoughtbot

A comparative presentation examining the differences between well known frameworks - Bootstrap and Thoughtbot's Bourbon and Neat offerings.

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CSS: Bootstrap vs. Thoughtbot

A comparative presentation examining the differences between well known frameworks - Bootstrap and Thoughtbot's Bourbon and Neat offerings.

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CSS: Bootstrap vs. Thoughtbot


Episode IV - A New REST

Applications are known to be RESTful now when they use JSON to communicate with a provider, but are not easy to evolve when the provider needs to change. It is considered enough to know how to use GET/POST/PUT/DELETE, but this is not where RESTful stops. Extending the ...

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Episode IV - A New REST

Applications are known to be RESTful now when they use JSON to communicate with a provider, but are not easy to evolve when the provider needs to change. It is considered enough to know how to use GET/POST/PUT/DELETE, but this is not where RESTful stops. Extending the REST API response with very little information provides a more future-proof consumer of a RESTful API. This introduces the use of RESTful APIs and the ...

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Episode IV - A New REST

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