Category: git

How to connect to the MOZ API with a C# Application

How to connect to the MOZ API with a C# Application

An API is basically just a website. A website which only contains data (usually in the form of JSON), no html, CSS or java-script. To call MOZ‘s API we have to make up a URL string which will be posted to the MOZ server. The server reads this Url (request) and decided which information you want. It send this information back either to the browser or to the programme which has been written to create the API call. The process looks like this:   To call the MOZ API first we will need to work out what the request Url should look like. To illustrate how to…

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Git IS a Version Control System | But What Does This Mean?

Git IS a Version Control System | But What Does This Mean?

  It is week one of the pre-course at Makers Academy and I am working through our Git and Github tutorials. One of the learning objectives is for us to be able to explain how git is a version control system. I thought I would delight the whole two readers I get to my blog (thanks mum and dad), by answering that question here: What is version control? Version control systems are ones which record changes made to files or a group of files in a directory. YOU choose when to make these bookmarked changes. Once you have done this…

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