How To Apply CSS Styles to HTML with Cascade and Specificity


Cascading Stylesheets, better known as CSS, is the language for visual style and design on the web. CSS has a long history on the web dating back to 1994 with the initial idea. In the time since, CSS has become a feature-rich language capable of laying out a webpage, creating complex animations, and much more. Continue reading “How To Apply CSS Styles to HTML with Cascade and Specificity”

Getting Started With Python Requests – GET Requests

In many web apps, it’s normal to connect to various third-party services by using APIs. When you use these APIs you can get access to data like weather information, sports scores, movie listings, tweets, search engine results, and pictures. You can also use APIs to add functionality to your app. Examples of these are payments, scheduling, emails, translations, maps, and file transfers. If you were to create any of those on your own it would take a ton of time, but with APIs, it can take only minutes to connect to one and access its features and data. Continue reading “Getting Started With Python Requests – GET Requests”

Build a RESTful JSON API With Rails 5 – Part One

Rails is popularly known for building web applications. Chances are if you’re reading this you’ve built a traditional server-rendered web application with Rails before. If not, I’d highly recommend going through the Getting Started with Rails page to familiarize yourself with the Rails framework before proceeding with this tutorial. Continue reading “Build a RESTful JSON API With Rails 5 – Part One”