As data has become more vital to core business functions, it's also become more decentralized. For developers facing integration challenges, using drivers for integration represents a logical step-up when seeking to simplify architectural complexity and build connected applications more quickly.
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CloudRail's universal API that enables developers to integrate multiple APIs into their app through the use of CloudRail's single, universal API has added support for Xamarin. CloudRail envisions replacing Xamarin's current Components method of integrating APIs into its app partners.
Working with numerous third party APIs can be a headache. Damon Swayn of InSite should know. The InSite team has integrated countless APIs for its clients’ CRMs into its platform. Damon over at his Medium blog gives you the top four lessons he and his team have learned.
IFTTT is opening its platform to thousands of developers. The new Maker tier will allow anyone who signs up to build and publish Applets by using the tools IFTTT unveiled for its partners in November 2016. Makers can build with the more than 430 service APIs that are currently on the platform.
Twilio introduced a new Fax API in Beta. The API allows connected apps to both send and receive faxes to and from legacy fax machines. While the API might seem counterintuitive, the business reality of today's marketplace continues to see many businesses across industries rely on fax communication.
A short while ago Bob Reselman wrote a piece, Why Message Queues Suck. As you might imagine, the piece caused quite a stir, particularly on Reddit. Many readers did not buy the idea for a variety of reasons. One area of disagreement was around fail safety and high availability.
As business computing migrates to SaaS applications, developers must address the problem of the data silos the software creates. APIs let you move data in and out of these online applications but, they present a new set of problems: managing data in several applications using several APIs.
Building on last year's launch of the Lyft API, Lyft has announced a Dispatch Developer Program that allows riders to use Lyft's on-demand transportation network without a Lyft account. Third party business' manage the Lyft account, and own the end user experience through an existing relationship.
When designing an enterprise architecture it can be common to use a typical Pub-Sub pattern using a message queue subscribed to a topic. This can have some real-world costs and queues may not be necessary. This article shows a better choice than using queues and when it makes sense to use a queue.