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Adding Custom HTTP Headers to an Azure Function Response in Nodejs

18 August, 2021

Adding custom headers to the response object of of an Azure Function written in Node sounds simple. Turns out it may not be as simple as it sounds.

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How to setup an Angular HTTP Interceptor

16 August, 2021

An HTTP interceptor is a piece of logic that is able to attach to a HTTP request or response. This logic can then modify the data being transferred.

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HTTP Interceptors in a Create-React-App with Axios

30 August, 2021

A how-to for adding HTTP interceptors to a Create-React-App app with the Axios npm library to check and modify request and response headers for all HTTP requests

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HTTP Methods Explained for Frontend Developers

23 September, 2021

Frontend developers will inevitably need to make HTTP requests frequently when building out the client side of a full stack app. Having a solid understanding of these methods and how to build the requests is essential in being a top shelf frontend developer.

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What is Server Caching and When to Use Caching

17 April, 2023

Web server caching is the storage of frequently accessed data in a secondary, temporary location to reduce the overall load on a web server. Caching allows data to be served directly from memory which can be faster and more efficient than making multiple connections to the actual database.