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API Longevity, Devious Drones, and Bourbon: Insights From the 2016 Platform Summit


Over 300 API practitioners. 53 talks. 6 demos. 3 workshops. 3 days. Endless coffee. Sound familiar? If you’re into APIs and were in Stockholm this week you were probably experiencing the 2016 Platform Summit — the Nordic region’s largest web API event to date. For this three day event we brought some of the most dignified…

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Asynchronous APIs in Choreographed Microservices


When building microservices you have to first make a decision: How am I going to manage service-to-service communication? Most developers will answer immediately: API calls. But then, more questions come to mind: Am I going to call services directly? Doesn’t it block the caller service? Doesn’t it introduce a dependency between both services? What if…

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Virtualization, Sandboxes, and Playgrounds for a Wholesome API


An API is only as good as it is known. Getting an API into a developer’s hands, demonstrating the power of your solution, and providing an environment in which they can test and manipulate data in a controlled, monitored way is perhaps one of the most important unsung heroes of API publication. Having an awesome,…

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5 Potential Benefits of Integrating GraphQL


GraphQL is incredibly powerful — so powerful, in fact, that it is used by corporations such as Facebook to drive their large, complex social systems for billions of users. Despite this, the language is still relatively nascent, and its usage has yet to reach the dizzying heights that those languages it replaces and augments occupy….

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