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Developer and Falcross creator Arman Dezfuli-Arjomandi has launched RESTyped, a specification for end-to-end typing for REST APIs with TypeScript. RESTyped is based on TypeScript, and it was created to bridge the gap between an API server and clients. RESTyped requires TypeScript 2.4+.
How to Create a Quick and Dirty Example of The Proposed Standard for In-Band API Service Warnings API University
As a best practice, API providers often go to a lot of trouble to notify developers of upcoming disruptions or changes to their APIs. All of this happens out-of-band like in a ChangeLog or an email. But how about the idea of in-band notifications, especially when developers are impossible to reach?
When Yahoo! shut off a stock quote service that developers were relying on -- albeit anonymously -- developers erupted with disappointment and anger. But those developers were probably trespassing on the service and Yahoo! had no way to notify them of the shutdown. Maybe a standard can fix that.
GLEIF has announced the launch of its Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) Look-Up API which provides access to the organization’s complete LEI data pool in real time. The LEI is a 20-digit, alpha-numeric code that helps identify legal entities that participate in financial transactions.
The W3C Web Payments Working Group announced that the Payment Request API is now being implemented in all major browsers including Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and WebKit. The Group also announced that the Payment Request API and Payment Method Identifiers have advanced to Candidate Recommendation Status.
Geo APIs are popular in today's mobile, ever-connected world. It's hard to find an oft-used app without mapping functionality of some sort. While the likes of Google Maps and other services have popular APIs, there is a visible lack of standardization in geocoding that the OGC seeks to remedy.
With Congress in August recess and President Trump on vacation, the debate over Obamacare and whether to leave it, fix it, or repeal it has reached a full stop. The uncertainty about where things will head once the debate resumes is impacting an important corner of the API economy; Healthcare APIs.
Zynx Health has announced a RESTful API that's compliant with the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard data format. As providers of other EHR systems offer similarly compliant systems, patient data will theoretically flow with less friction across medical practitioners.
The Open API Initiative has announced that the OpenAPI 3.0.0 Specification is now available. This latest release of the OpenAPI specification includes new capabilities that were not part of version 2.0 such as support for Cookie parameters, new callback object, and new links object.