On the half of their internship, we had Q&A session with our young and positive interns. We’ve got some interesting feedback on our questions and it’s our pleasure to share it with you. You can find out more about them and get an insight into what are they working and their experience in HASELT until now.view more
The WordPress API includes several endpoints you can use to read information from the database and use the data for different purposes. In this blog post, we will get use of the
/wp-json/wp/v2/posts endpoint, which is something like running a
WP_Query. It works using the four most common HTTP methods – GET, POST, PUT and DELETE, for which you will need to be authorized to work with.
Lately, I’ve been messing around with Laravel and while building a component for my application I’ve noticed that Laravel doesn’t generate a url with query strings. The “pretty urls” work just fine
example.com/search/term, but what I really needed in my case was url with a query string like
Structuring your files around business concerns is a more natural way of handling projects than structuring them around technical concerns. The Separation of Concerns is applied in both approaches, but not both of them give the same desired clarity and ease for developers. This blog post focuses on organizing MVC projects around feature folders, which represent the business concerns.view more