Before the rise of graphical interfaces and flashy user desktops, the Command Line Interface (CLI) was the only way to interact with a computer. But the retro CLI is making a comeback.
It’s a basic form of computing — the CLI accepts text commands and interprets them into functions on the operating system. Read more
Web APIs have been around for a long time now. While that means there’s a lot of great tools from a lot of amazing developers, it also means that, as a community, the API space has held on to some practices for a long time — some would argue too long in many cases. Read more
“Build it and they will come” is certainly not the case in the API world. Even if you have a functionally brilliant service, without the right positioning your conversion rates could still be very low. Assuming you’ve made your developer program visible to the public, how should you then promote your API? Read more
APIs are nothing new. Salesforce and eBay first allowed access to their web APIs in the year 2000, and other organizations were tinkering with the idea of exposing endpoints even before that.
The past few years, however, have seen such explosive growth that the API space is evolving more rapidly than ever before. Read more
The Nordic APIs team is very distributed, and it is growing quickly. We’re more than a dozen people working on various things, and we are scattered around Sweden, Spain, and the US. Our team has very little software running on our devices. Read more