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Android 11 final release is here! This release builds upon the privacy improvements in previous releases, and provides even better control and transparency for users as well as guardrails to help apps handle data responsibly. Many of these improvements reinforce modern best practices applicable to recent Android releases (they aren’t specific to Android 11!). In this …

We see developers increasingly adopting serverless capabilities that allow them to concentrate on application code and testing, without worrying about infrastructure set up and scaling. By incorporating serverless architectures and best practices, developers are able to deliver world-class applications and services faster to customers as digital becomes the first and most preferred choice of interacting with businesses. …

In our final article on Kubernetes RBAC, we are focusing on RBAC itself. Everything else in the series led towards this key piece. In part one we discussed authentication and authorization on a high level and in part two we focused specifically on authentication. Now let’s dive into authorization. As usual with Kubernetes being so extensible, there are …

This blog post is part of a weekly series for #11WeeksOfAndroid. Each week we’re diving into a key area of Android so you don’t miss anything. This week, we spotlighted app distribution and monetization on Google Play; here’s a look at what you should know. Thanks for joining us for this week of 11 Weeks of Android, …

APIs are a critical component of any enterprise’s digital transformation strategy. They can drive customer engagement, accelerate time to market of new services, power innovation and unlock new business opportunities. Therefore, choosing the right API management platform is critical to running a successful API program, and research from industry analyst firms like Forrester Research can …

Overview This guide shows how to use the Flask Project as a Python API application. But it can also be used as Web App which is covered in a different tutorial. It shows how to perform GET and POST operations. The code contains a preview setup, it can be further enhanced to call a database …

Overview This guide shows how to install hug. hug is a Python software that helps in developing API applications.   Prerequisites Python has been installed Installation on Ubuntu Installation on Windows Optional but recommended. Setup a VirtualEnvironment and Pip has been installed. VirtualEnvironment for Ubuntu   Installation 01. Activate your virtual environment, or skip this …

Overview This guide shows how to install requests. requests is an HTTP library that can be used to make REST call to API and other various uses. It supports specifying Form Parameter, HTTP Header, content types and HTTP methods.   Prerequisites Python has been installed Installation on Ubuntu Installation on Windows Optional but recommended. Setup …

Overview This guide will show you how to make a request or call the Azure REST API.   Prerequisites Access to the Azure portal REST Client or command line to send a request An example REST Client is Postman, for a guide on how to install Postman, see here.   Acquiring an OAuth2 Token 01. …

Microsoft Build 2019 | Choosing a Backend Architecture for Your Mobile App Session ID: CFS3004   Choosing the backend architecture for your mobile app can be daunting. Do you go with a traditional WebAPI? Serverless? Maybe a mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) that packages several convenient components for mobile developers together? In this session …