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Strapi – GraphQL Authenticated CRUD Operations

Strapi GraphQL series is back! In the previous post related to Strapi and GraphQL, in a project named id-card-repository I did CRUD operations without being authenticated which is dangerous enough as it enables all users (public users) to modify data. Today, I would like to implement authentication and authorization so only authenticated users can conduct …

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GraphQL vs. REST API – comparison

Have you ever heard of API? API stands for Application Programming Interface. As mobile applications became popular nowadays, the use of API also became a standard. For example, if a company has a website and a mobile application (both Android and iOS), they are not going to create separate databases. Instead, they use API to …

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Strapi – GraphQL Unauthenticated CRUD operations

Hi there! Today I will continue to develop a recent project in Strapi, called id-card-repository. If you are new, please check the previous article here. Specifically, the main topic is CRUD operations using GraphQL with Strapi. CRUD stands for Create, Read/Retrieve, Update, and Delete. CRUD operations are essential as data stored in databases dynamically change. …

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Strapi : Id-Card-Repository

Hi! Today I am going to create a new project in Strapi, called id-card-repository. The database, which will be used for this project is MongoDB. Prerequisites : However, before starting to create the project, I have to make sure that the MongoDB version is 3.6 or above. To check MongoDB version, open the terminal then …

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Creating Image Repository Service (Part 4) – Authentication & Authorization

Hello there! In this post, I would like to use and demonstrate authentication and authorization/permission features in Strapi using Postman. Continuing development using Strapi First, open Command Line Interface (CLI) and change the directory to the imagerepo folder by typing : $ cd imagerepo Start yarn using : $ yarn develop Note : If you …

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Try to Setup Nsfw.JS

So for this chance i will tell u a little bit about my experiance, i still on going to setup NSFW.js, but before we going to describing about my experiance i will tell a little bit about “what is nsfw means”. What is NSFW? The acronym NSFW stands for “not safe for work.” When used correctly, NSFW is a …

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