Manually testing APIs using Client Credentials and bearer tokens with REST Client for Visual Studio Code

by Johan Grønstad

The REST Client for Visual Studio Code is an excellent tool for testing HTTP based endpoints. In my opinion it's one of the smoothest ways to test any endpoint behind an HTTP interface. But there are some use cases where Postman felt like it had a somewhat less finicky workflow,…

Elastomania takes the stand, part 1

by Lars Alexander Jakobsen

Winter 2018 we put on our cross-country skis and went to a cabin in the woods. Our boss told us not to come back until we had come up with an idea for our stand for NDC Oslo ;) After a lot of discussion, arguing and beer we came up with…

You're a designer, Harry or: Four handy tricks using Zeplin

by Johan Grønstad

I'm not a designer, but for a brief period of time I got to feel like I knew how it feels to be one. It all started when a new designer was brought on to a previous client project I worked on and introduced us to Zeplin. Or to be…

Your first VS Code extension

by Christian Brevik

It's not a secret that VS Code is becoming a very popular choice as editor for many developers[1]. I like the editor because it is snappy, and has extensions for pretty much any language or framework I dive into. One feature I love using with VS Code is "…

Sanity CMS - headless CMS for the people

by Ingve Vikan Sund

A headless CMS is free of the presentation layer, and focuses entirely on the content. It does not ship with any frontend template structure or middleware for hijacking the pipeline. By choosing a headless CMS you can more freely choose which technology you wish to build your application with, since…