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Kay Amsterdam
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over 6 months ago

Building a weather app

A weather app is a great way to learn how to use APIs and fetch data from the internet. APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) are a way for different software programs to communicate with each other. By using an API, you can get weather data from a weather service and display it in your app.

To build a weather app, you will need to:

Choose an API to get weather data from. Create a user interface for your app. Write code to fetch weather data from the API and display it in the user interface. There are many different weather APIs available, such as OpenWeatherMap, AccuWeather, and Dark Sky.

The user interface is the part of your app that users will interact with. This will typically include a form for entering a location and a display for showing the weather for that location.

The code is the part of your app that fetches weather data from the API and displays it in the user interface. This code will typically use the HTTP protocol to send and receive data from the API.

There are many resources available to help you build a weather app. You can find tutorials, code examples, and even pre-made frameworks that can make the process easier. #CRUD #webdevelopment #frontenddevelopment #backenddevelopment #api #weather #weatherapp #openweathermap #accuweather #darksky #javascript #html #css

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Kay Amsterdam
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Creating a CRUD web application

A CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) web application is a type of web application that allows users to create, read, update, and delete data. This is a more challenging project than some of the other options on this list, but it is a great way to learn how to create a fully functional website.

To create a CRUD web application, you will need to:

Choose a database to store your data. Create a user interface for your application. Write code to handle the CRUD operations. The database is where you will store the data for your application. There are many different databases available, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB.

The user interface is the part of your application that users will interact with. This will typically include forms for creating, reading, updating, and deleting data.

The code is the part of your application that handles the CRUD operations. This code will typically connect to the database, send and receive data, and update the user interface.

There are many resources available to help you create a CRUD web application. You can find tutorials, code examples, and even pre-made frameworks that can make the process easier. #CRUD #webdevelopment #frontenddevelopment #backenddevelopment #api #weather #weatherapp #openweathermap #accuweather #darksky #javascript #html #css

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Marieah Jones
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over 6 months ago

I wish my job @ #API/PCI had...more chairs for their hard workers to sit on, instead of having grown people and people who have medical problems standing up for those long hours while everyone around them gets to sit down and be comfortable.

The packers should be able to sit down and be comfortable just like the QC's, machine operators and supervisors.

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Maosen Hu
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  1. Babel Babel is used to generating backward-compatible JavaScript lines of codes for older JavaScript engines.
  2. BlueBirdJS BlueBird JS makes writing NodeJS applications even more accessible.
  3. BroccoliJS Broccoli is a JavaScript build management tool. It creates a distributable version of your application assets that you can run in a browser. 4.ChaiJS Chai is a NodeJS assertion framework for TDD and BDD that you can use in conjunction with virtually any other type of testing tool. 5.ElectrodeJS The best thing about ElectrodeJS is that both React and NodeJS programs run on it, making it a versatile platform. In addition, Electrode Explorer and Electrify are part of the best practices, standardized frameworks, and current technologies.
  4. ExpressJS ExpressJS is an essential framework for NodeJS web apps because of its simplicity.
  5. Keystone Keystone is one of the NodeJS development tools for those who want to learn and develop applications using NodeJS.
  6. KoaJS The minimalist and modern NodeJS developer tool, Koajs, is a server-side framework that runs on NodeJS. 10.Meteor MeteorJS is a JavaScript prototyping and cross-platform coding framework (Web, Android, iOS) built on NodeJS.
  7. MochaJS It is a popular NodeJS-based JS test framework widely used by NodeJS developers to run tests.
  8. PassportJS PassportJS is middleware, simple, and discreet authentication for NodeJS authentication. 13.PM2 PM2 is a process manager used in NodeJS application development.
  9. SinonJS For testing JavaScript, you can use SinonJS, a stand-alone framework.
  10. Socket.io Socket.io is a framework for real-time, bi-directional communication based on event-driven interactions between two computers or devices. #jobsearch #workfromhome #hiring #interview #hiringnews #NodeJS #Web #Api
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Kassandra Sandstrom
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over 6 months ago

What made me stay at #Api-trucast inc was

The job training and the learning. I was very and still very interested in my job. I love the work!!! The pay isn't good. I am trying to better myself and my childrens life and i cannot do it while working there.

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