Making mobile apps is not the developer driver it used to be. When it comes to monetizing the API space, the trend is towards enterprise hybrid cloud apps and platform agnostic products.
Instead of chasing microsales in app ecosystems controlled by the major players, dev shops and internal teams are building service specific applications that focus on traditional economies scrambling to modernize. Read more
The API economy has ushered in a new era of application integration, causing a sea change across enterprise IT and application providers alike. APIs are providing access to data securely across firewalls, enabling new business models and offering a platform that supports the development of new digital products. Read more
Any business or organization in the world can bring an API to market, but APIs are increasingly synonymous with the startup world. Entrepreneurs are using APIs to deliver their products for a number of reasons:
- They can provide a convenient, easily understood and accessible mechanism for getting an MVP in front of customers;
- Having an API in the market can provide crucial insight into the value of your product through feedback from the developer community;
- An API can be one of several channels for delivering your product or may be the product itself.
Have you ever tried to implement a new process in a big company? Believe us when we tell you that it’s not an easy (or fun) task. From obtaining initial approval all the way through to disseminating information, it takes time and there are often bumps along the road. Read more
Whether you’re a startup developing your first API or an established player in the API economy, the truth is becoming steadily more apparent; providing quality API documentation is vital to the success of an API initiative. API documentation is an important part of the product offering, delivering affordances to the developer community to help them understand exactly what an API offers and how to use it. Read more