Over the last few weeks, I made a few blog posts containing useful links for Microsoft’s certification exam 70-487: Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services. I’m pleased to announce that I passed the exam with a score of 873. And because this is the third exam in the MCSD Web Applications track, I am now also a certified Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer.
For those eager to share their extraordinary bike rides (or other activities) from Strava, there’s an easy way to use Web API which I will explain in this post.
In my previous post, I talked about the authorization process of the Spotify Web API. In this post, I will dig deeper into retrieving Spotify playlists.
Curious about the possibility of displaying Spotify playlists on my website, I investigated the Spotify Web API. Initially, I thought everything seemed quite easy, but then I got to the authentication and authorization section. As it turned out, it is not that simple but after trial and error, I got what I wanted. Here’s what I did.