Posts Tagged: API security

How Pokemon Go fans hacked 'em all hackers

How Pokémon Go Fans Hacked ‘Em All: And How to Prevent Similar Reverse-Engineering

Every developer hopes for huge user bases populated by large amounts of monthly users. People using an application to its potential in the thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, is a dream come true. Unfortunately for API services, with a greater deal of exposure comes a marked increase in vulnerability. Read more

First API implementation planning whiteboard

First Time API Implementation for Entrepreneurs

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

A packed house for a Spotify presentation by Horia Jurcut at the end of Day 1

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. Read more

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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. Read more