Problem Details for HTTP APIs

One of the many benefits of working with JSON:API and GraphQL is having a standardize way to communicate failures to a client. If you are not working with a spec like JSON:API or GraphQL, then you are in the hands of the developer that built the API and every developers... [Read More]
Tags: REST

Accessibility Testing In Playwright

I don’t believe I’ve mention this before here, but I am a huge fan of Hey. By far the best email service I have ever used. What makes Hey even cooler is the team behind Hey sharing they engineering approach to different problems. Be that through various tweets or blog... [Read More]

Testing WebApps with Playwright

A few weeks ago I was looking for an end-to-end testing framework. An alternative to Selenium, and all the other end-to-end frameworks. I came across a project called Playwright. Playwright is a new end-to-end framewrok created and maintained by Microsoft, it allows you to test web applications on different browsers.... [Read More]

Parsing in C#

I am currently building a JSON:API driven API on .NET 5, the project is called Chinook after the Sqlite Chinook project. The API is mature enough for me to introduce filtering via the Filter query parameter used in JSON:API. [Read More]
Tags: Parsing

Asynchronous Request in GraphQL

When I first started to learn about GraphQL I was somewhat surprise to learn that the GraphQL specification did not provide any guidance or spoke of any methods to handle asynchronous request. By asynchronous request, I mean request that cannot be completed within your normal request-response context. [Read More]