The art of providing an API is extremely interesting, largely due to the dichotomy of opposing requirements. On the one hand, an API must be innovative, quick to change, and ever evolving. On the other, consumers demand stability, and with it, the security that comes with proven solutions. Read more
Posts Tagged: API Ecosystem
Continuous delivery is a hallmark of the modern development world. As tools have matured and the needs of the consumer have evolved, constant development and deployment have become the norm rather than the exception.
With this increase in deployment, security has increased part and parcel. Read more
In September 2006, only a few months into its existence, Twitter came out with the first version of its public API. This was surprisingly early in an age when social APIs were not yet prevalent, especially since Twitter had yet to become the success story that seems so obvious in hindsight. Read more