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As the use of APIs in business continues to grow, MuleSoft founder Ross Mason encourages organisations to shift away from traditional thinking on IT. He encourages a new, two-speed operational model, as used by GE, to deliver flexible digital services while maintaining traditional business units.
The microservices architecture continues to grow in popularity as it enables the scalability and flexibility necessary to serve the modern marketplace. Saba Anees discusses some key considerations for migrating your existing monolithic architecture to a more streamlined microservices one.
Google has released an updated Gmail API that functionally replaces the Email Settings API. The Gmail API includes a number of new endpoints that enable features previously unavailable through any Google API. Developers have access to filters, auto-replies, send-as aliases, and more.
SendGrid announced its latest endpoint for its Web API: v3/mail/send. The endpoint rounds out the v3 release that began last year. With the new send endpoint, SendGrid has realized its goal of complete API management via API. All of the v2 functionality remains available with additional features.
Google has updated the APIs for Google Sheets and Google Slides, giving developers access to advanced tools such as image recognition, speech recognition, location and maps, and email and calendaring. Together with the Classroom API, enterprise developers have far more control over business apps.
How do you arrive at an API centric enterprise? You get there with an API culture. Then, how do you cultivate an API culture? You have a team with an API mindset. Then, how do you develop an API mindset? Like good API design, it's simpler than you may expect. Just asking the right questions can
After 18 months of courting independent developers and business development deals, Mitch Colleran at Eventbrite had a few realisations about APIs. By broadly categorising APIs as either utilities or ecosystems, the approach to building API programs and measuring value becomes clearer.
A 2014 post discussing the seven deadly sins of microservices development highlighted some of the common pitfalls of a microservices architecture. Here, we look at that post in relation to a 2016 redux of the article covering the same topic from another developer’s perspective.
Google has made several announcements including the launch of the Google Consumer Surveys API, the general availability of the Google Cloud Vision API with new features, the launch of Google Cloud CDN Beta, and the launch of Autodesk Maya. The APIs are available on the Google Cloud Platform site.
Threat Stack has launched a new Webhook API that customers can use to integrate to integrate the Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform with internal applications and third-party monitoring platforms. The Threat Stack Webhook API allows critical alerts to be communicated in real time.
Microsoft continues to plug its new open strategy, and a number of new Graph-related services propel its strategy. With new apps and APIs connected to the Graph API endpoint, Microsoft is quickly allowing two way access to and from Office 365 apps and third-party, non-Microsoft apps.
Apperian Inc. has released a set of RESTful APIs opening up the Apperian platform to current customers and partners. The APIs provide platform functionality that can be used for programmatically enabling application onboarding, inspection, signing, distribution, analytics, and more.
GitHub is excited to announce the release of GitHub Enterprise 2.5. With this release, we’re introducing features and updates that will help development teams build software at scale with a focus on scalability, security, and management of GitHub Enterprise for development teams of any size.
SendGrid announced they are sunsetting two of their API endpoints this month. In an email sent to their API consumers, Sendgrid stated that all API calls must now use a new base URL. They also directed developers to reference SendGrid’s API documentation or contact them through their attached email.
Software users in the consumer market have come to expect what is referred to as the “consumer-grade user experience.” It usually goes something like this: a consumer downloads an app from an app store and if it doesn’t meet their needs, they delete it and move on to the next one.
Do you know if your emails reach your users' inbox? You may see clicks and opens, but were all your emails seen? SparkPost offers this certainty to developers for free or low cost. SparkPost sends 25% of the world's legitimate emails. They make solving email delivery as easy as making an API call.
As the number and scope of software solutions aimed at HR departments continue to grow, HCM solutions provider ADP has developed the Marketplace. This marketplace acts as an HR-oriented operating system with app store that uses APIs to build connectivity and share data between separate solutions.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Recognition, Software-as-a-Service, Fonts, and Travel. Included today is an API for Webconverger, for Web kiosk accessibility. Here, we summarize the new additions and how they can assist developers.
MuleSoft, an iPaaS platform provider and parent company of ProgrammableWeb, has released the latest version of the Anypoint Platform which features enterprise-class asynchronous messaging capabilities, a new UI for DataWeave, and general availability of the Anypoint Partner Manager.
Amazon announced the release of the new AWS Price List API which allows AWS partners and customers to programmatically access the prices of AWS services including (but not limited to) Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon CloudFront, and Amazon RDS. Data is returned in JSON or CSV format.