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Sendbird has announced the addition of voice and video calling APIs to augment its existing chat and messaging API offering. The technology relies on the World Wide Web Consortium's WebRTC standard and offers customers an opportunity to consolidate their in-app communications down to one vendor.
While a recent MuleSoft survey indicates that businesses see digital transformation as being critical to their success, a majority of IT leaders still picture themselves as keeping the lights on versus innovating. ProgrammableWeb's David Berlind discusses the findings with MuleSoft's Ani Pandit.
In this presentation of ProgrammableWeb's Developers Rock Podcast, David Berlind, editor in chief of ProgrammableWeb interviews Andrew Lawrence, director of product management at Commerce Cloud at Salesforce. Salesforce Commerce Cloud has launched a newly redesigned API developer portal.
Post Corona, Code for America Looks to Join Devs, Civic Techies and Gov Officials To Transform GovOps
While private sector companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, etc. draw closer to perfected digital states, the public sector (government agencies and orgs) are woefully behind. In bringing together developers, civic techies, and government officials, Code for America is hoping to change that.
In this edition of ProgrammableWeb's Developers Rock Podcast, ProgrammableWeb editor-in-chief David Berlind chats with Contentful VP Benjamin Keyser about the idea of an API-first "headless" content management system and what his company is doing to accelerate the developer path to "Hello API."
David Berlind delivers Part 2 of his long-running college course on APIs reviews the importance of API contracts and what it means for Web APIs to decouple API clients from API servers. He provides real-world examples of how that decoupled nature affords some amazing flexibility.
Even with today's open source technologies for applying artificial intelligence and machine learning, there are still some thorny challenges to getting both right. Especially at a reasonable cost to both the pocketbook and the planet. But API-led approaches might be able to ease the pain.
In this episode of ProgrammableWeb's Developers Rock podcast, ProgrammableWeb's David Berlind and Bob Reselman talk GraphQL with Geoff Schmidt, co-founder of Apollo GraphQL; the leading solution provider for standing-up GraphQL-based APIs. Federation of "the graphs" was one of the many topics.
Twilio has released its annual State of Customer Engagement Report and to find out more about the report and the trends that it spotlights, ProgrammableWeb's editor-in-chief David Berlind captured a video interview with Al Cook, the company's Vice President and General Manager of AI
In this special presentation of ProgrammableWeb's Developers Rock Podcast from the Washington, DC-area API Meetup on Dec 5, 2019, Oddball.io CTO Rob Wilkinson breaks down the two most important phases of launching successful APIs for the federal government and covering the key components.
ProgrammableWeb.com editor-in-chief David Berlind interviews APImetrics CEO and co-founder David O'Neill and gets a demo of the company's newly launched service called API.Expert. API.Expert continuously monitors and ranks the performance of common APIs used to develop applications.
In this special presentation of ProgrammableWeb's Developers Rock Podcast from the Washington, DC-area API Meetup on Nov 5, 2019, calletime.ai co-founder Adam Becker shows attendees how he and his partner collaborated to stand-up an API endpoint in almost no time using three Amazon Web Services.
In this special presentation of ProgrammableWeb's Developers Rock Podcast from the Washington, DC-area API Meetup on Dec 5, 2019, ProgrammableWeb.com editor-in-chief David Berlind kicks off his long running college course on APIs. In this first chapter, Berlind reviews the definition of an API.
Curity.io CEO and co-founder Travis Spencer explains why he thinks its a better idea to rely on a dedicated appliance to handle identity management for API access. The approach to API identity management is modeled after the design of routers that do only a few things but do them really really well.
Epigen Senior Information Security Architect Trevor Bryant decides it's time to get smart about the art of securing APIs. As it turns out, there's no one-stop-shop to get smart about API security. Bryant retraces his steps as he attempts to become an overnight expert on the topic of API Security.
From the DC Area API Meetup, Accrue Ltd. CEO Benoit Brookens III discusses the concept of alternative data and how it can be used to improve predictive analysis. In his presentation, Brookens looks back at typhoons rated as 8 or higher and correlates their timing to movement in financial markets.
GraphQL makes using an API a more flexible undertaking, but it can come with the cost of increased complexity. This is where the benefit of third party GraphQL tools comes into play. GraphQL Editor uses the notion of visual programming to allow developers to create full-fledged APIs in GraphQL.
Are all CPaaSes (Communications Platform as a Service) created alike? Telesign's director of product management Vince Oh thinks not. In this interview with ProgrammableWeb.com editor-in-chief David Berlind, Oh explains how Telesign's parent company gives it a unique competitive advantage.
Through its API-driven PrizmDoc Suite, Accusoft offers a collection of document workflow capabilities that can extend the shared document storage and retrieval functions of today's document management solutions. ProgrammableWeb's David Berlind interviewed Accusoft's Steve Wilson to find out more.
According to Ben Dowling, founder of IPInfo, an API provider specializing in IP-based geolocation, the key to success is staying customer-driven. Of course, when your organization is an API provider like IPinfo is, "customer-driven" is synonymous with "developer-driven." Dowling explains.