How to generate X-WSSE Token using Python

Learn how to generate X-WSSE Token and how to authorize requests using X-WSSE header authentication. If you’re not familiar with X-WSSE Token Authentication and why you should use it, go ahead and read this article that contains the basics of this type of authentication. In this article I’ll describe how to generate a X-WSSE Token Continue Reading »

How to generate X-WSSE Token using PHP

Learn how to generate X-WSSE Token and how to authorize requests using X-WSSE header authentication. If you’re not familiar with X-WSSE Token Authentication and why you should use it, go ahead and read this article that contains the basics of this type of authentication. In this article I’ll describe how to generate a X-WSSE Token Continue Reading »

How to generate X-WSSE Token using NodeJS

Learn how to generate X-WSSE Token and how to authorize requests using X-WSSE header authentication. If you’re not familiar with X-WSSE Token Authentication and why you should use it, go ahead and read this article that contains the basics of this type of authentication. In this article I’ll describe how to generate a X-WSSE Token Continue Reading »

What is X-WSSE Token Authentication and how does it work

Learn the basics of X-WSSE Token Authentication and how to authorize requests using X-WSSE header authentication. X-WSSE Token Authentication can be used to authenticate backend-to-backend integrations using client_id and client_secret properties. The main benefit of this type of authentication is that the client_secret value never leaves the backend of the integrating client, and that each Continue Reading »

LibGDX send HTTP request

Check out Lines Galaxy Android game to view the results in action. Most common ways to communicate between your mobile app to your backend servers are HTTP Requests and Websockets. In this article I’ll describe how you can create, send and process a HTTP Request to backend servers from your LibGDX application. In this example Continue Reading »

Remove public URL on shared hosting | Laravel

Laravel out of the oven is not prepared for being deployed on shared hosting. I often use shared hosting for testing web apps as it’s the easiest and fastest way of having an app running in WWW.See bellow what changes are required in order to make Laravel work on shared hosting. First step is to Continue Reading »

Convert seconds to Days, Hours, Minutes, Seconds

Learn how to convert number of seconds into days, minutes, hours and seconds. That’s it. You can now create a countdown timer, display the difference between two dates or just print  the time until something great happens. You now have 4 variables with values as follows: Bonus! Learn how to pad the values with 0 Continue Reading »

How to build dynamic query in Laravel

Dynamic query allows us to start with a base query and extend it so that we properly filter our data. You probably already used and know what Laravel is and how to create a basic database query. We’ll cut straight to the problem: How do we dynamically apply query conditions in Laravel? Let’s take a Continue Reading »

Google Ads placement In WordPress Sidebar

Writing articles and maintaining a website takes some time and is not exactly free. If you want to start monetizing your WordPress website you could use Google AdSense and place Google Ads in your website or mobile app. There are a few steps until you can manage to show ads on your websites. Let’s get Continue Reading »