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GrammaTech, a provider of software application security testing solutions, today announced it has released Swap Detector an open-source checker that detects API usage errors. The tool aims to improve application security testing for DevOps.
SmartBear, a provider of software testing and monitoring solutions, has announced the addition of a new set of DevOps features to its SwaggerHub API development platform. The update adds a new open-source command-line interface tool and aims to improve the platform’s Git integration capabilities.
Shopify introduced versioning in April of 2019. Its goal was to improve stability and predictability across its API portfolio. Its versioning strategy applies across Shopify's entire API offering. COVID-19 pressure caused Shopify to push back its April 2020 deprecations to July.
Hoss, a Y-combinator backed startup, launched an API tracking and management platform today. The platform allows companies to track, monitor, and manage all the APIs consumed by their business across the board. The platform launches as API adoption continues to increase but monitoring lags.
Google first announced its intention to discontinue support for JSON-RPC protocol and Global HTTP Batch in its APIs in 2018. Its original timetable was to discontinue support in March of 2019. That timetable was extended, but the new deadline is fast approaching. The new date is August 12, 2020.
WSO2 recently announced the availability of the latest iteration of the company’s open-source API management solution. Version 3.0 of WSO2 API Manager was announced in October of last year, this week’s announcement of v3.1 is the first dot-level release to the product since that date.
Google announced that it will discontinue support for the JSON-RPC protocol and Global HTTP Batch. Google had originally planned to discontinue support for both features in 2019, but has now extended the deadline to August 12, 2020. Visit the blog post announcement for migration assistance.
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.
Twitter has announced a complete rewrite of the company’s developer policies. This is intended to clearly communicate appropriate developer use cases. Additionally, the new policies are expanded to include a more direct path for developers that are hoping to engage in non-commercial research.
AppNeta, the leader in actionable, 4-Dimensional network performance monitoring, today announces enhanced functionality to monitor APIs that delivers active insights into the performance of third-party SaaS, mobile apps and APIs that are critical across the enterprise.
Shopify just introduced its new API Health Report. It turns Shopify's change log into a dynamic tool. Using the API Heath Report, developers can check their private and custom apps for any deprecated API calls those apps might be making. The tool looks at calls made in the past 30 days.
Google has announced a new Cloud Code API manager. Cloud Code streamlines the process of adding Google Cloud APIs to applications, while remaining in the integrated development environment. Prior to this API management functionality, adding multiple Google Cloud APIs required repetitive steps.
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.
Scores of application programming interfaces are running your business—connecting systems, making services available, and much more. They’re the interfaces that let software talk to other software, and if all your APIs were to suddenly deactivate, so would your business’s ability to make money.
Google announced in September of 2019 that they plan on ending support for V3 of the Google Sheets API, a decision that has drawn the ire of some developers. Version 4 of the API was announced at Google I/O 2016, almost 4 years before the seemingly inevitable deprecation of its predecessor.
Google has introduced a new service that aims to centralize, manage, and secure sensitive information like API keys, passwords, certificates, and other important data. Google Cloud Secret Manager is designed to help tackle secret sprawl, a significant barrier to application security.
This morning, Amazon Web Services reported "increased API error rates" in the Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region. The first reported errors affected only Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). As AWS looked into the issue, it later found that as many as seven different services were impacted.
One of the hottest topics among API providers has to do with how to best engage developers through a developer portal. In this special report, ProgrammableWeb has compiled a comprehensive list of features (based on real world examples) that all developer portals should aspire to.
Some enterprising developers have found a way to get around the hidden API restrictions that Google embedded into the Android 9 Pie and Android 10 SDKs. These methods are not condoned or even acknowledged by Google, so proceed around the limits and restrictions at your own risk.
WSO2 has announced the release of API Manager 3.0, the latest iteration of the company’s open-source API management solution. With this update, WSO2 has added a native Kubernetes Operator, which it hopes will simplify application configuration in cloud-native environments.
GraphQL APIs are most definitely not RESTful APIs. They bear some resemblances to RESTful APIs in that they rely on HTTP for making API calls. Like many RESTful APIs, they even use JSON for payload formatting. But, their architectural style is most definitely not RESTful.
Arboric, an API manager specifically dedicated to GraphQL, was announced this week. Arboric is open source and free to use. It is currently available in its 0.1 version, which is considered the proof of concept version. By the next version, the team hopes that the core will be production ready.
Kong announced a new open source project: Kuma. Kuma is a control plane for a service mesh. It is built on top of the open-source Envoy proxy. The goal of Kuma is to move beyond the limitations associated with first-generation service mesh technology. It is platform agnostic and enterprise-ready.