The best workflows direct customers through business processes, guiding them along each step they need to take to reach their goals. They also give developers good starting points for testing. But how can API testing workflows help teams figure out where to start, and know when they're done?
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This is the final part of our API Testing series. In this article we will talk about what's coming up in the near future that will change how we test and deliver new APIs. Included are looks at the possible effects of newer architectural styles such as GraphQL and gRPC, and new tooling.
Even though Webhooks, PubSubHubbub, and WebSockets are really popular, they aren't the only options at your disposal. This part of the series provides overviews of a number of other push alternatives that you might find helpful for meeting the needs of your particular application.
GraphQL was created by Facebook to solve nagging issues with RESTful APIs like having to make multiple roundtrips to the server to fetch required data. Tech titans like GitHub and Shopify are already using it in production but many businesses have yet to take the leap.
Axway has announced changes to its AMPLIFY platform which include modifications to API management, application development, file transfer, and analytics capabilities. New Hyperloop technology has also been added to the Titanium SDK.
One of the great things about our directory data model is that it allows us to get a big picture view of what an API looks like in today’s world. When ProgrammableWeb changed it’s directory model in 2014, we decided to allow for a more detailed way to describe an API. Among the many fields we
A hypermedia API is an API that contains links in the responses. In this tutorial, you’ll learn what such an API looks like and why you might want to create one. Ismael Celis over at Thoughtbot will take you thru building a generic Ruby client written according to Hypermedia design patterns.
In order for APIs to deliver on a myriad of benefits and objectives, organizations must design them with scale in mind. However, the need to build high-performing APIs that scale with the business ecosystem is pressuring many development teams to build APIs that may be restricting business growth.
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.
Congratulations, your API is now production ready. Next you will need to provide documentation to consumers so they can integrate the data and services you have exposed via API quickly. This part covers API documentation including the role of API specs and a number of available tools.