03 May 2024
03 May 2024

Headless CMS (Content Management Systems): Contrasting Git-Based and API-Based

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The presentation layer of a headless CMS is separated from the content management system itself, making it a backend-only system for managing, creating, and storing material. Content presentation (how the content is shown on websites or applications) and content creation are handled by the content management system in a standard CMS. Headless CMSes have evolved … Read more
11 April 2024
11 April 2024

How to Use Any SQL Database With Rust

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Rust is emerging as a frontrunner for ensuring memory safety without sacrificing performance. Its growing popularity isn’t solely based on the “fearless concurrency” mantra but also on its expanding ecosystem that fosters integration with various technologies. A domain Rust proves to be formidable is database interaction, and a pivotal player in this realm is the … Read more
22 February 2024
22 February 2024

Making Accessibility Part of the Design Process – Part 3

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Naviagation, flow, and testing it all In this last segment of the series, we’ll delve into the crucial elements of navigation and flow, exploring further the part of web accessibility that ensures users can effortlessly navigate online content. Additionally, we’ll shine a spotlight on the indispensable practice of regular testing, an ongoing commitment that goes … Read more
16 November 2023
16 November 2023

Making Accessibility Part of the Design Process – Part 1

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Accessibility should not be an afterthought In a world that thrives on connectivity and progress, the concept of accessibility has emerged as a fundamental bridge that connects diverse individuals to a shared digital landscape. Accessibility goes beyond mere convenience; it embodies the principles of equity and inclusion, ensuring that information, activities, and environments are not … Read more

How to secure legacy ASP.NET MVC against Cross-Site (CSRF) Attacks

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks are widespread, and even some BigTech companies suffer from them. Netflix suffered in 2006 with CSRF vulnerabilities. Attackers could change login credentials, change the shipping address and send DVDs to a newly set address. YouTube suffered from CSRF attacks where an attacker could perform actions of any user ING Direct … Read more