This small piece of code is all you need to make your very own API at home. API stands for Application Programming Interface and is a set of clearly defined methods that allows communications between components or applications. This example uses is a publicly available web-based API.
Hi, my name is Tony McDonald and I love science, coding, analysing data, wildlife, gardening and i am also a very spiritual and family orientated man.
I currently study Computing and IT (Q62) at
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I like organising and analysing and I love science and computing. However, I am not so much a cog in the machine, but rather someone who can analyse the machine, find the problem, and fix it by replacing a cog, building a new cog or making an interface for an older cog to work with a newer cog. Sometimes this involves analysing copious amounts of data. For a full breakdown of my degree check out the menu bar at the top
What was the name of the British World War 2 computer used to decipher Nazi transmission