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The Evolution of the OpenAPI Specification: Does OpenAPI Mean Open World?

Following the fanfare of its introduction in late 2015, the OpenAPI Initiative has now been in existence for six months. As discussed on their blog a great deal of progress has been made towards creating the governance structure that will help the OpenAPI Specification (OAS) move forwards, including a home on GitHub that has been steadily collecting new issues for consideration and possible inclusion in the next version. Read more

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APIs, Firefox OS, and a Chance to Win a Free Phone

The Firefox OS (FFOS) is an exciting and innovative new product that presents consumers and mobile workers with new choices and options. Its application development model which revolves around HTML5, JavaScript, CSS and other open Web standards presents a relatively low bar for application developers targeting the platform. Read more