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Security Points to Consider Before Implementing GraphQL

GraphQL is a very powerful query language that does a great many things right. When implemented properly, GraphQL offers an extremely elegant methodology for data retrieval, more backend stability, and increased query efficiency. The key here though is that simple phrase — when implemented properly. GraphQL has had somewhat of a gold rush adoption, with…

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The Return of the CLI: CLIs Being Used by API-Related Companies

Before the rise of graphical interfaces and flashy user desktops, the Command Line Interface (CLI) was the only way to interact with a computer. But the retro CLI is making a comeback. It’s a basic form of computing — the CLI accepts text commands and interprets them into functions on the operating system. Due to…

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Weighing the Pros and Cons of API Chaining

From the very beginning, developers have sought to make their systems run more efficiently, delivering greater amounts of data and functionality in a slimmer, more useful methodology. Increased efficiency usually equates to money saved, so there is a very real drive behind the constant need for condensing and code tweaking. Though there are a variety…

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What’s New in OpenAPI 3.0

If you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past 18 months you may not know that the Swagger API specification, arguably the most popular specification format available to the API community, has been donated to the Linux Foundation to become the bedrock of the OpenAPI Specification. The OpenAPI Specification (OAS) is supported by various…

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