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I want a code written in PHP that takes a WooCommerce store URL as input. It should then send an authorization request to the WooCommerce store along with certain read and write requests. This opens the WooCommerce backend and the admin Accepts. This sends an access token back to the PHP which then has to be saved along with the shop URL. Basically
A project is looking for motivated programmer with fronted angular. - Working with good design pattern - Knowledge with authentication, authorization and API - Experience is great, but not nessecary unless you trust in your skills - Project with a good portion of investment
I have a computer vision script in Python that analyze images from network cameras. After a few hours running, the script starts outputting the following error: error while decoding MB 0 14, bytestream (4035) [h264 @ 0x458bd60] non-existing SPS 2 referenced in buffering period [h264 @ 0x47b7300] non-existing SPS 2 referenced in buffering period [h264
...bootstrap, react-router-dom, react-high charts, gulp, nodejs, express, RESTful APIs, common front-end development tools such as Babel, Webpack, NPM, etc. ● Knowledge of modern authorization mechanisms, such as JSON Web Token ● Familiarity with modern front-end build pipelines and tools ● Familiarity with code versioning tools such as Git, SVN, and Mercurial