Posted on Jan 27th, 2015 - By Lindsay Thurmond
Beacons are gaining momentum as a new buzzword in the tech community. Chances are that you’ve heard of them, but you might not be entirely sure what they can do.
Are you a full-stack developer and having to fireup nodejs while not using the container for anything else? Are you a front-end developer that doesn't want to be burdened with setting up complex back-end systems? Are you a dev/ops guru that wants to streamline your deployments to decouple back-end web services from the front-end deployment and leverage cloudfront tactics? nginx can help you with that.
Upgrading to yosemite? If you aren't a developer then it's a snap. If however you've installed brew this can turn into an arduous task leaving you in limbo for hours. The steps to save you some time are really simple.
In my first blog REST Easy we discussed how the simplicity and scalability of REST web services are causing it to become increasingly popular. In this post we are going to dive into some of details and best practices for designing a REST API.