Save WordPress Development Time by Replacing JavaScript with TypeScript

WordPress’s Gutenberg content editor is a UI framework built on React, an open-source front-end JavaScript library. The introduction of Gutenberg brought useful features and benefits of the React and JavaScript ecosystems to the WordPress content editing experience. The versatility of JavaScript is part of what makes it unique, practical, and convenient. JavaScript allows you to…

Pros and Cons of the Most Popular API Authentication Methods

Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs, can handle enormous amounts of data. The type of data can be pretty much anything, such as a product’s information and specifications, a user’s email address and phone number, the credit card used for a transaction, or a person’s social security number. Because APIs are used to handle publicly available…

How A Web Cache Speeds Up Your Site

You might have noticed after you visit a webpage, the subsequent page visits are faster than the first. This is largely due to caching, a technology that either stores data on the user’s machine or the server so information can be accessed faster in the future. What Is a Web Cache? Web caching is a…

Differences Between SOAP and REST

SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and REST (Representational State Transfer) are two popular web communication services for transmitting data online. When working with APIs (Application Programming Interfaces), it is crucial to know if SOAP or REST is being used. When developing an API, it is important to decide on which web service best suits the…