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When starting off with microservices, it's hard for teams to know what exactly constitutes a well-designed microservice. This article presents five keys of well-designed microservices, provides guidance for larger teams, and highlights pitfalls to avoid when determining service boundaries.
StdLib has announced the launch of Code.xyz, a web-based code editor for creating serverless APIs. Developers can choose to create a new API from scratch, or create a project based on an existing source (template) such as MessageBird SMS Hubs, Slack applications, and Stripe webhooks and backends.
For certain kinds of tasks it can be tricky to get around API rate limits. A prime example would be implementing an incremental search with a third-party API. Ed Ellison over at the Mint Digital blog shows you how you can do it with a little help from GenStage and WebSockets.
MuleSoft has announced the Titan release of its Anypoint platform. The release features several new capabilities including a container service for multi-cloud deployments and an end-to-end monitoring solution. The release also includes a number of new MuleSoft certified connectors.
Building an API can happen in a matter of minutes. But there is a big difference between whipping up an API, and crafting one that is secure, reliable and meets the user’s expectations. In this article we looks at six common mistakes that arise from APIs that weren’t made with enough care.
With more than 6,000 active applications making more than 1 billion API calls each month, Intuit has revealed that it is working on a new QuickBooks Online API. The new API, along with the new QuickBooks Online v4, will contain improvements based largely on feedback provided by Intuit's customers.
It’s an old adage but it’s true; if you want your API to succeed, treat it like a product. And one of the most important steps in any product’s lifecycle is when it gets released. James Higginbotham offers a 10-point checklist to help make sure that your API release runs as smoothly as possible.
GraphQL is seen by some as the beginning of the end for RESTful APIs. GraphQL lets you get all the data you want in the way you want from an API while only ever calling one endpoint. But where to get started? Scott Domes over at MuseFind will take you from zero to hero in only twenty minutes.