Join us for a 2-and-a-half-day event jam-packed with workshops and keynote sessions offering critical insights on building success in the API ecosystem.
We have several exciting events planned and we welcome session proposals!
Why Speak at Nordic APIs’ events?
As a volunteer at the Nordic APIs 2019 Austin API Summit you’ll get the chance to meet with international thought leaders and experienced API evangelists! The deal is – Work one day and attend as a guest the next!
The life of an API follows a predictable lifecycle – from creation to deprecation, each stage of the API lifecycle denotes an important event, and it carries with it a set of best practices. API developers tend to think about the future in very positive ways – how the API will behave, what its design do whatever you want to update
Client libraries are one of few ways to dramatically improve Developer Experience (DX) for your APIs. However, with all the programming languages your developers use, creating client libraries can be quite a challenge — and that’s not to mention the maintenance that comes with every update to your APIs. What if you could reap the do whatever you want to update
At first glance, it would seem that the API space has embraced unified design standards. RESTful development uses HTTP to communicate between a client and a server. OpenAPI Spec serves to extend REST APIs, improving documentation and making APIs machine-friendly. However, with just a little ing, it becomes apparent that this isn’t always the case. do whatever you want to update
As we’ve described many times before, the OpenAPI Specification is a powerful solution for API agility and extensibility. Overseen by the OpenAPI Initiative, the specification drives many modern implementations to new heights. Such is the case with today’s topic, the OpenAPI CLI Generator. Simply put, it does what it says in the name – this do whatever you want to update