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What are API's , what is their history , how to consume api's and use them in project

Getting to know API API stands for application programming interface An interface, that allows different systems to talk to each other without having to understand exactly what each other does Type of API's APIs can come in many forms or shapes APIs, used for actions like turning on your camera and audio for joining a Zoom call Or they can be web APIs, used for web-focused actions such as liking images on your Instagram or fetching the latest tweets. How Api's are operated(in simple terms) You usually make a request for information or data, and the API returns a response with what you requested. for example: every time you open Twitter or scroll down your Instagram feed, you’re basically making a request to the API behind that app and getting a response in return. This is also known as calling an API. web APIs have been around for quite a long time In the late 1990s and early 2000s, two different design models became the norm in exposing data publicly SOAP (Simple Obje

Basic of python for beginners

 #1   What is python?  Python is a multipurpose programming language. We can use python everywhere and anywhere where there is use of data. Python is very begineer friendly language, it means it does not have any particular syntax to work with, trust me its way easier than c++ or java . What makes Python a beginner friendly language where as c++ and java not? This is because python is dynamically typed where as others are not, let me explain what is meant by dynamically typed , for now we can say dynamically typed language mean most of its time required for computation of code is during the run-time, where as in other languages like c++ and java they are static typed . Static type language is the language where the type checking is done during compile-time .  In simple words we can say , we never determine type of object or variable in python , it automatically converts that where as in c++ or java we have various kind of variables and stuff. To retain all this things lets just see pro

basics of Margin in CSS3

#1   In this section we are discussing about the Margin in CSS. margin :  The CSS   margin   properties are used to create space around elements, outside of any defined borders. In Non-technical definition of margin we can say that margin is the area that is created outside of the borders in all four directions of content. This direction includes top, right, bottom and left direction around the border. margin1 In this image margin1 we can see that there is border around four sides of our content, lets talk about border some later time but for now we can see white area around our border from outside, which is the called margin . By default margin is added to all four sides of the Content or we can say border of content, we can also specify that using code as follow addMargin In above code snippet of addMargin, we can we are applying margin to our content in this case that is paragraph tag(p) , we are giving different margin to content . comment down below, which more things you like to