For the beginners – Creating quality code – Part 3

Welcome back to the series of articles, where we work our way from the scratch to creating an application with quality code. This is a continuation from the previous article where we created an initial application for a ticketing system, by designing and writing application layer code. In this part, we will improve that code to enhance security, maintainability and make it more extensible for future use.

For the beginners – Creating quality code – Part 1

One of the things that I have encountered frequently in my development experience is totally messed up and hard to read code by fresh programmers. Although it takes years of experience and continuous optimization that makes your coding skills great, there are a few simple tricks that beginners can apply to quickly shape up their coding styles and standards. Read along to find out the tricks and the techniques that can make even a beginner like you a Pro in

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Youtube batch processing – less costly requests

The need: YouTube is a very popular video hosting service as everyone knows. And there are many others like me who use this service to host videos. Then when needed these videos are searched based on user request and different levels of information are displayed. While this seems to be a trivial task and yes YouTube has a very nice API with all the functionality needed right there, and the documentation is really very comprehensive. On a side note I

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