This post includes the use of Node.js, Express, PassportJS, Coinbase, and the passport-coinbase-oauth2 Strategy

Last week we discussed utilizing React and PapaParse to import a CSV of crypto trading data into a Rails backend. This week, we’ll go in a different direction and learn how to connect to Coinbase using…

This post includes the use of React, JS, Rails, and PapaParse

I am currently working on an application revolving around Cryptocurrency and the Climate. It requires us to gather user’s crypto transactions from different cryptocurrency exchanges in order to analyze them. I wanted to work with Coinbase’s API as the…

As I continue coding and learning more complex algorithms, I have realized the power of the reduce function. The MDN docs are not the easiest to digest, so in this post I will go over some useful ways to use Reduce. …

As a new web developer, it’s difficult to filter through the many ways of webpage organization as your pages get more complex. It’s easy to get started with CSS when you begin applying style properties to elements on your page, but as page layout becomes more complex and users are…

Many of us have heard of cryptography before, whether you have been implementing Auth within Ruby on Rails, watched the Imitation Game, or heard about cryptocurrency, but I wanted to dive a little deeper about what it is, and how it works. …

Whenever diving into something new it is important to spend time understanding of the fundamentals, otherwise at some point you’ll be doing the motions and not completely understand why something breaks. This is true whether you are working out at the gym or becoming a software engineer. As you are…

During my high-school years (circa 2012), technology websites piqued my interest more than most websites of other topics. I read much about this new technology of a decentralized currency coming into play, but did not comprehend the importance of the technology.

Come college, one of my friends and I had…

Adam Napoletano

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