Posts Tagged: travis spencer


Building APIs on the JVM Using Kotlin and Spark – Part 2

If you are building APIs or microservices on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), you owe it to yourself to check out the micro-framework Spark. This tiny toolkit is designed after a similar Ruby framework called Sinatra, providing a library that makes it easy to create APIs and web sites. Read more


An OAuth-protected API Platform

[Editor’s note: This is a part of a series of blog posts summarizing the proceedings from the recent Nordic Tour.]

Getting ready for the big tour was overwhelming at times, even with such a great team to help. (Thanks again to each of you!) Despite all the details, I managed to find a moment to collect my thoughts on the theme of API openness. Read more


Secure Social Media Integration – video and slides

Travis Spencer and Jacob Ideskog from Twobo Technologies spoke at Nordic APIs in Stockholm about how to easily integrate social media services into applications using the Janrain API. Check out the video and slides below if you missed it, and plan to join us in Copenhagen to hear more about the use of social APIs. Read more