Posts Tagged: software

Tips and Tools for Debugging APIs

Tips and Tools for Debugging APIs

Benjamin Franklin once famously said “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”. For the software developer, the saying should be amended to read “except death and taxes — and software bugs.”

It’s an unfortunate fact that the very nature of software development, especially in the collaborative environments popular amongst coders and companies today, makes software bugs inevitable. Read more

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Automated Testing for the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is upon us. Every object you see around you — whether it’s your fridge, your electric toothbrush, your car, even your clothes, are about to acquire a form of sentience.

Some of them already have. Read more

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The Power of Unexpected IoT APIs

Data is all around us — sensors in smart city infrastructure, sports, home automation, air monitoring, and more are opening avenues for some pretty unexpected use case scenarios. Application programming interfaces or APIs are critical at this intersection, exposing data to enable creative real world interactions to flourish in an Internet of Things (IoT) environment. Read more

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Using Spark to Create APIs in Scala

In our previous piece, we discussed the strengths of the Java Language within the Spark framework, highlighting the ways Java Spark increases simplicity, encourages good design, and allows for ease of development.

In this piece we continue our coverage on Spark, a micro framework great for defining and dispatching routes to functions that handle requests made to your web API’s endpoints. Read more