Open your video on YouTube. Let’s take this video as an example:
Now, look at the URL. It should look something similar to this:
The YouTube video id is the text that appears after the equal sign. In this case, the video id is:
Wherever you see
<YOUR VIDEO ID> in the upcoming requests, replace it with your video id (duh!).
If this video is part of a playlist, the URL may include other query parameters, like in this example:
Watch it here: https://youtu.be/juuhb3W8xT4
I hope you will find it useful.
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Postman Collection Format v1 is no longer supported and can not be imported directly. You may convert your collection to Format v2 and try importing again.
This error appears when you try to import a Postman collection which used the first version of the Postman collection data format, this is now outdated.
The official way to dealing with this error is to install a Node.js tool called
postman-collection-transformer and to use that to transform your collection. However, this implies that you already need to have Node.js installed and be comfortable with the CLI. Some Postman users may not want that…
As of August 13, 2021, GitHub is no longer allowing you to use your Github account password to work with Git. One easy and much more secure way of interacting with your GitHub repositories is to generate an SSH key and to close your Git repositories with SSH.
The most common error you may get when trying to close a Git repository over SSH is this one:
firstname.lastname@example.org: Permission denied (publickey,keyboard-interactive). fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
SSH is a way to authenticate with a server like GitHub, without exposing your username and password.
SSH stands for Secure Shell…
I am trying to cover the basic steps needed to accomplish this, but I am assuming you are already familiar with Docker, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and using the AWS CLI.
In a nutshell, this process involves three AWS services and can be resumed like this:
Dockerfileand build the Docker image
Dockerrun.aws.jsonand upload it to S3
Please note that this is ONE way to do this, but certainly NOT the only way.
For this example, I will be using the Calculator Web Service available at http://www.dneonline.com/calculator.asmx. The WSDL file is, as expected, available at:
Make sure that you can successfully open the WSDL in your browser before proceeding to Postman.
Open Postman and click on
Import > Link and paste the link to the WSDL file. Click on Continue.
Historically speaking, Postman has been used as an HTTP client. It did not matter if you were working with a REST API, SOAP Web Services, or, more recently, GraphQL.
All these API architectural styles (if you can call it like that) had something in common: HTTP. This protocol is not only widely used on the web, but also most APIs use it. This is what we refer to as synchronous API. We actually did not even call them synchronous APIs until the asynchronous APIs (or async APIs) appeared.
Async APIs solve a different need. The communication is no longer following…
For a long time, AWS did not release an official Docker image containing the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) tool. Starting with AWS CLI v2, AWS now offers an official Docker image called
Let’s give it a try to see if it works properly.
upload to s3:
- aws --version
We are getting the AWS CLI version in the job logs, so everything is working fine.
To get everything to run, you need to have an AWS user with programmatic access to the S3 bucket you want to use.
Make sure you…
Let’s make sure we are both on the same page. I have a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B with 8GB of RAM. The installation process should be similar to any older or newer Raspberry Pis.
Using the Raspberry Pi Imager I have installed the latest version of the Raspberry Pi OS (which is essentially a Debian). You can also install the lite version with no desktop environment.
The GitLab API allows you to perform many of the actions you typically performed through the user interface. If you have never used the GitLab API, here is a quick introduction to it.
We need to use a few endpoints to accomplish this action. To make sure everything works properly, we will use Postman to test the workflow.
Here we are using the
GET /api/v4/projects/:id/access_requests endpoint to get a list of the latest users who have requested access.