Validating websites student lessons
Having a solid understanding of how to correctly build APIs is important for any developer planning on creating websites.In this course, learn how to plan and model your own APIs, and explore the six REST design constraints that help guide your architecture.Here is a checklist for evaluating web resources to help in that determination. Is the material at this site useful, unique, accurate or is it derivative, repetitious, or doubtful? In 2010, the National Writing Project--despite its amazing reputation as an effective provider of professional development that changes teachers' practices--had its budget horribly slashed.With just barely enough money to keep its basic functions going, our local Northern Nevada Writing Project had to stop providing sponsorship to Writing Fix. We had some great new directions planned for the website, but there was no money available to implement those plans.With a promise to the grantors that a brand new webpage of teacher-built lessons and resources would be one of the outcomes of the class if they helped us pay for it, we impressed a lot of people, and we did some pretty great stuff with the grants we then earned.
On occasion, I do revise or update a lesson here at Writing Fix.It was a pretty creative way to enhance an already-established website, and our writing project's reputation as a professional development provider soared to new heights both locally and nationally.At the local level, we had never been asked to provide so many courses and workshops as we were during these years; at the national level, we were admired as writing project site that had used the Internet to create a well-respected national presence.To wrap up, Keith goes over some of the most common API design patterns you may encounter.
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