I'm building an API and want to count hits for each user. It's a HTTP API implemented in Python. I could keep the count in a database (using PostGreSQL) but it'll be a very busy API, so I don't want ...
Postel's law: Be conservative in what you do, be liberal in what you accept from others. "Lazy" code (per The Pragmatic Programmer): Be strict in what you will accept before you begin, and ...
Do you know any good example of Python unit testing code for testing an API? Thanks! Update: Found this very interesting question: ...
I am not sure whether it is a personal perspective or just a common feeling. I think in most cases, python's API is much more intuitive than C++ STL library APIs. If it is not a subjective ...
I have an internal API, written in C, which I'd like to write a Python wrapper around it. The API is well structured: it has a few data structs and functions for each kind of struct, like this: ...
I'm more at the novice end of the software developer spectrum, but nevertheless I've had exposure to quite a few programming languages and frameworks. From all the technologies I've used, I haven't ...