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Improving Conversations using the Perspective API

By seorocket / last week

I recently came across an article by Rory Cellan-Jones about a new technology from Jigsaw, a development group at Google focused on making people safer online through technology. At the time they’d just released the first alpha version of what they call The Perspective API. It’s a machine learning tool that is designed to rate […]

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The API-Based CMS Approach

By seorocket / 8 months ago

The following is a post by Levi Gable. Levi digs into the idea of separating the CMS from the presentation of content within that CMS. As Levi will explain, there is a freedom there that can feel mighty good to a web developer. A website can digest an API and present content in whatever the […]

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Declarative Data Fetching with GraphQL

By seorocket / 10 months ago

The following is a guest post by Nilan Marktanner from Graph.cool. I don’t know about y’all but I’ve spent plenty of time in my career dealing with REST API’s. It’s a matter of always trying to figure out what URL to hit, what data to expect back, and how you can control that data. A […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Instagram API Integration

By seorocket / last year

The following is a guest post by Emerson This. This is a guide for web developers interested in integrating Instagram content on websites. It was only a few months ago when Instagram changed what was possible with their API, so this serves to explain that, what is possible now, and examples of those possibilities. Part […]

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