The Ruby Gem for Bittrex is a library for interfacing the Bittrex API with an existing Ruby application. The library is open source, however, the Bittrex API requires an API key for use. The library is not officially owned by Bittrex, though it's usage is endorsed by Bittrex on their API documentation page.
Once a distributed application is built and deployed, it is crucial to monitor and visualize it to make sure the software is reliable, available, and performs as expected. This article looks at several new API solutions that help providers address these issues for microservice architectures.
Continuing the theme from this morning; namely that speakers should share the mistakes and ugly truths behind their API successes, this afternoon's sessions at the API Strategy and Practice Conference gave attendees a peek under the hood. Speaking to issues that matter to API consumers, we heard nuts and bolts talks centered on API testing, monitoring and debugging.