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Why You Should Auto-Generate API Client Libraries

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

Thomas Bush

Do API Standards Differ From Industry to Industry?

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

Art Anthony

Auto-Generating a CLI From OpenAPI Specification

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

Kristopher Sandoval

How to Tackle API-First Redesigns for Legacy Applications

Big organizations are slow to change, especially when it comes to technology. After all, the stakes are high, and the complexity of existing systems is even higher. There comes a time when you can’t put off embracing new technology any longer. That time has come for many. Now, software engineers around the world are working do whatever you want to update

Thomas Bush