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In this presentation of the APIs Unplugged podcast, hosts Mike Amundsen and Matt McLarty discuss their bold predictions for the API world in 2022. Their predictions run the gamut from whether GraphQL will replace REST, the rise of API aggregation, and the continuing headache that is API security.
A collaboration was announced between Plaid and U.S. Bank, intending to leverage Plaid’s API-based financial infrastructure in the development of a new integration that would provide increased transparency and simplicity for the companies’ customers that interact with third-party financial apps.
Weav, an API-first fintech infrastructure company, has set out to provide a universal API for commerce platforms and therein simplify the process of extracting valuable e-commerce business data. ProgrammableWeb spoke with Nadav Lidor to discuss Weav’s mission and the challenges it has faced.
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."
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
Recent research indicates that, across organizations surveyed, old point-to-point integration habits are dying hard. In fact, they could be getting worse, resulting in an increasingly intractable situation as enterprises struggle to digitally transform themselves and avoid fatal disruption.
Roughly a year after Elastic Beam launched a machine-learning driven API security solution, Ping Identity stepped-in, acquired the startup, and folded it into its portfolio as the Ping Intelligence Business Unit. With dust from that marriage having settled, Ping's Jason Bonds gives us an update.
MuleSoft founder Ross Mason has a bit of a reality check for anyone willing to listen. It has to do with how the majority of today's artificial intelligence can only do about half of what it should be doing. According to Mason, it needs to be more of a two-way street and for that, you need APIs.
Over 57 million Americans get their health insurance through Medicare. However, one barrier to significantly improved care has been the free flow of Medicare claims data between dissimilar systems. According to the US Digital Service however, version 2.0 of the Blue Button API should fix that.
To laypeople, the high potential disciplines of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and data science are enigmas. Most people don't even know what these terms mean, let alone what to do about them. But, in its Einstein portfolio of AI offerings, Salesforce has cracked the code.
Looking to help businesses unlock the potential of the IoT, Salesforce has launched IoT Explorer; a console that gives organizations a comprehensive view of the sensors, devices and other things that they have assembled into their Internet of Things. ProgrammableWeb's David Berlind gets a demo.
TRX Systems' 3D "Indoor GPS" Solutions Guide First Responders In Lethal Situations (includes podcast)
Largely in response to learnings from terrorism-related events, there's a new protocol for first responders that involves their entry into buildings before they're fully cleared of any danger. Commanding a situation like that requires GPS-like 3D indoor mapping technology where no GPS exists.
Whether you're leading your decades-old organization through a digital transformation or you're a developer plotting out your career path, you'd better get to know and understand the new breed of developer. She or he is not just a software engineer, s/he's a businessperson too (includes a podcast)
Readme.io, a service that greatly simplifies the process of documenting technologies like APIs, is taking its popularity with API providers to the next level in a new offering called Build. Working off that tradition of simplicity, Build simplifies the design, provisioning and consumption of APIs.
After enduring controversy over its original license (referred to as "BSD+Patents") for the React framework and then capitulating by switching to the open source MIT license, Facebook has announced a license for GraphQL that open source pioneer Bruce Perens says is too restrictive (includes video).
Google has announced a developer challenge in hopes of promoting the creation of Google Fit applications. Submissions are being accepted until February 15, 2015.