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

7 Growing API Design Trends

The API world is one of constant evolution and mutation. The data that we dealt with in the 1990s is not the same as the data we might deal with in 2017, and because of this, our APIs have had to drastically change in their approaches. Read more

7 Unique Benefits of Using GraphQL in Microservices

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We’ve talked about GraphQL at length previously, and for very good reason – GraphQL is, in many ways, one of the more powerful tools an API provider has in terms of providing singular endpoints to the consumer and controlling data flow. Read more

Securing IoT Medical Devices

Securing Medical IoT Devices

The IoT (Internet of Things) is becoming part of our everyday life. We’re developing audio equipment that can use voice commands to process complex operations, light switches that schedule operations based on observed functionality over time, and even devices that we can use to automatically order supplies based on our consumption habits. Read more

What The GraphQL Patent Release Means For the API Industry

GraphQL has driven much of the conversation around modern API web design, and for good reason — it’s powerful, extensible, and very useful for high data query applications. The ability to request data in a predetermined, knowable format, and the ability to collate endpoints into a single external point, has made GraphQL something that powers some pretty huge projects. Read more

Using-A-Schema-First-Design-As-Your-Single-Source-of-Truth

Using A Schema-First Design As Your Single Source of Truth

One of the hardest parts of developing a product is the coordination of so many teams and moving parts. Ensuring that everyone is moving in the same direction, towards the same goal, and in a way that is complimentary is the single most important – but also the single hardest – element of any collaborative project. Read more