Kristopher Sandoval

Kristopher Sandoval

Kristopher is a web developer and author who writes on security and business. He has been writing articles for Nordic APIs since 2015.

Posts By: Kristopher Sandoval

Ways to Harden New Platform Architecture

New software architecture design styles are coming out every year. They promise to offer greater flexibility, more power, and more freedom to compute in unique ways. Unfortunately, with this greater power comes a greater responsibility to ensure security holes are addressed. Read more

Why DevOps Tooling Relies on Great API Integrations

APIs drive DevOps in every meaning of the word. With that being said, we often look at APIs only in one light – we view them as a product rather than what they are, which is a core enabling system for the modern code infrastructure. Read more

Review of Everest API Testing Tool

We check out Everest, an open source API testing project. 

Testing is a fundamental part of the API development cycle. Accordingly, the tools used for testing are just as essential as the test itself. In the average development cycle, thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, of API queries will be passed through and tested to ensure data integrity, response clarity, and user experience. Read more

Comparing Tools For GraphQL Schema Stitching: Hasura vs. Apollo

In the world of microservices, an API could reference tens or more services within a single function. This significantly elevated functionality has unfortunately brought with it some greater complexity.

One way to deal with such complexity is schema stitching. Stitching is a robust process that ties many microservices under a single relational network. Read more

What is Coming In HTTP/3 QUIC?

HTTP/3 is a robust protocol, offering many gains with few adoption blockers. The promise of this protocol, however, is just that – a promise. While the protocol is, in theory, an attractive proposition, it still has quite a lot of iteration to go through, which has left many programmers with a simple question – what is the current state of HTTP/3 and QUIC, and what is explicitly the protocol offering compared to HTTP/2 and HTTP/1? Read more