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.
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Developers love open source software. It stokes creativity, collaboration, and innovation, and is free, or at least less expensive, than commercial software. Luckily ProgrammableWeb provides hundreds of APIs in the Open Source category. Here we highlight the 12 most popular Open Source APIs.
In recent years, weather has become more extreme. Luckily meteorology and weather data retrieval tools are improving every day. Developers looking to build applications for weather can check out these popular APIs that are listed in the Weather category on ProgrammableWeb to suit their needs.
Apollo Federation is now available as an open source architecture for building a distributed graph. Based solely on GraphQL, Apollo Federation allows organizations to query an entire organization's data with a single GraphQL query, without using monolithic architecture. Goodbye, schema stitching.
Ockam refers to itself as the Twilio of IoT. With that tagline, it's hoping to make IoT developers' lives much easier with simple IoT development tools that scale and interoperate with ease. Accordingly, the Ockam SDK is now open sourced at GitHub. SDK users become part of the Ockam Network.
GitHub announced that it will provide users with free access to an unlimited amount of private repositories, the only restriction being a limit of 3 collaborators per repository. GitHub also announced the unification of key enterprise products, with the intention of providing increased flexibility.
Microsoft is moving to an open source development strategy for its Edge web browser. Not only will further development rely on contributions from open source developers, Microsoft will start contributing to the core codebase that was created by Google, and continues to be the core of Google Chrome.
Australia introduced a Consumer Data Right roughly a year ago. While the government plans to enforce the right in the banking sector first, no legislation has yet compelled implementation. Nevertheless, Data61 published a working draft standard for the core standard principles and a banking API.