When considering moving to or building on React, understanding your data and how you want it to live is something that must be figured out before moving forward. This article looks at how the Cloud Elements team made the decision to move on from the AngularJS frameowrk to React.
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MuleSoft has announced the release of version 4.0 of API console, their open source API documentation tool that generates web documentation based on RAML documents. It can be run as a standalone web application or integrated into your own website. This article looks at the release highlights.
In Other API Economy News: GitHub Releases Open Source Survey Results, Wonder Woman Inspires Girls to Code
Before you head off into your weekend, here is another edition of ProgrammableWeb's "Briefly, In other API Economy News". Today we cover new mapping developer tools from WRLD, GitHub's open source survey results, Stripe's new SQL tool and Google's collaboration with Warner Bros to get girls to code.
Just when we thought the data model behind ProgrammableWeb's API directory was designed to capture all the different edge cases that API providers throw our way, along comes EffectiveSoft with two completely separate but identical endpoints for the same thing. So, why would an API provider do that?
GitHub announced a number of new tools within its developer toolset. V4 of its API, the GitHub Marketplace and GitHub Apps highlight the announcements. V4 marks a significant transition as GitHub's core API is now the GitHub GraphQL API. The new version is far more flexible than previous versions.
Yelp added GraphQL support for its Fusion API. GraphQL, a graph query language, allows developers to request specific data in a single query, rather than multiple API calls through the API. GraphQL is currently in Beta. To use with Yelp, developers need to join Yelp's new Developer Beta Program.
The W3C recently celebrated the second anniversary of its open, free online course platform. Of the many victories associated with the platform, W3C announced a new Certificate program through the platform for front-end developers. The certificate is in partnership with Harvard and MIT-founded edX.
Google has long been a major proponent of open source initiatives. With an ever-growing participation in open source projects, pinning down Google resources on a particular project can be a challenge. Opensource.google.com will now serve as a single site to curate all things open source at Google.
On March 3, 2017, Capital One's Naveed Anwar and ProgrammableWeb's David Berlind, will host a joint webinar to discuss how the DevExchange team has knocked down traditional barriers in FinTech with an open developer platform. This article looks at DevExchange's journey and it's future.
Today, Box released a number of developer tools that overhaul its developer experience for greater access and flexibility with the Box platform. An API Navigator, API explorer, and new crowd-sourced API docs provide developers with a suite of methods to access the Box platform with 3rd party apps.