APIs sometimes go through changes that are so big they require a new version to make sure API users don’t break their apps. Versioning APIs is, however, difficult and some teams go out of their way to avoid it. Google can’t do that and so they’ve developed some consistent rules for versioning APIs.
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Twilio announced Twilio Functions and while there are other API providers who offer serverless function capabilities, Twilio appears to be the first major API provider that, in addition to providing APIs, is also offering a serverless execution environment that’s specific to consuming them.
In this article Dave Gray looks at a few key API strategies for on-prem and SaaS software providers that, thoughtfully executed, will enable your API users to be creative, empower them to customize their own experience, and maybe even encourage them to engage and share their experiences with you.
Parasoft, maker of the SOAtest API testing tool, announced a number of enhancements to the tool. A thin client interface, enhanced workflows, and Shift-left performance testing headline the updates. The overarching goal of the updates is to provide quicker, broader access to data.
IBM recently announced that it has open sourced its API Microgateway. The API Microgateway is a programmable API gateway that aims to help developers secure and control both microservices and APIs. It helps developers publish existing services as APIs or create new APIs from existing data sources.
As traditional television looks to reach new audiences, the API provides a way to reuse and recycle content in a way that broadens the customer base. Broadcast companies such as ESPN are now leveraging next-generation APIs to fight back these challengers and raise bar on the competition.
The API is at the heart of the technology of every connected person’s daily life. Mark O’Neill, research director at Gartner, presented some of the trends in the API industry at a recent APIDays conference. This article delves into them and how they affect the future of the tech industry as a whole.
It’s no secret that adopting APIs is good for business. But players in some of the largest traditional industries, specifically energy, logistics, packaging and banking, have been slow to catch on. Mark Boyd over at Network World explains how they lag behind the rest and why it matters.
The dramatic growth of the API economy has lowered the barrier of entry for many companies but building an API-first company still presents a number of potential pitfalls. This article offers lessons learned from building an API startup. Kairos bills themselves as a human analytics platform for
The Cloud Foundry Foundation built a team to develop a new Service Broker API. The team includes individuals from tech industry leaders who will come together to build a single API that provides services to apps running on cloud native platforms. The project hopes for a new industry standard.