What if centralized integration services are getting it wrong? What if in the future, every service would come with integrations out-of-the-box? Every cloud service would have their own mini, built-in iPaaS, and apps from disparate cloud services would support integrations with each other.
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Amazon Announces Alexa Presentation Language Preview and New Alexa Skills Kit SDK Frameworks for Java
Amazon has announced a preview of its new Alexa Presentation Language (APL) which allows developers to build visual Alexa skills that are voice-first and can be customized for different types of devices. Amazon has also announced the availability of a new Alexa Skills Kit SDK Frameworks for Java.
MuleSoft has announced the Winter 2018 release of its Anypoint Platform for managing APIs and enterprise integrations. Similar to a social graph, the release offers a bird's-eye view of an organization's application network graph. The release also uses machine learning to ease data mapping tasks.
The Xillio API is a content connectivity platform through which developers build integrations from their applications to any popular content repository. Xillio takes care of all the content system connectivity behind the scenes, no matter how many different systems they want to access.
OneGraph, a startup that aims to make popular SaaS APIs available through a single GraphQL endpoint, has launched. The company, which is part of YCombinator's Summer 2018 accelerator class, claims that its service can help developers "build robust integrations 10x to 100x faster."
Red Hat has announced the availability of Red Hat Fuse 7 which includes more than 50 new connectors and a new browser-based, graphical interface that features low-code drag-and-drop capabilities. The company has also introduced Fuse Online, a new low-code integration platform that is fully hosted.
At its annual Unite conference earlier this month, hosted ecommerce platform Shopify announced a number of major product announcements, including several that impact the company's developer ecosystem. As part of this, Shopify announced that its admin API will support GraphQL.
This article is focused on SaaS and Application developers considering how to best meet their end-user’s integration and automation needs. These days it's not so much ‘do you integrate?’ but ‘how do you integrate?’ In the end the goal should be to focus on satisfying stakeholders.
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.
GitHub has announced a beta public release of a new Checks API that gives developers to build solutions for continuous integration, linting and acceptance testing. The API, which currently works with GitHub's REST API, allows GitHub integrations to obtain richer information about code commits.