11 Testing and Building Tools for APIs

Anzhela Sychyk

An API works as an intermediary between two apps that allows them to communicate with each other. Most companies have built APIs, which stands for application programming interfaces, using different tools for either themselves or their customers.

Perhaps the most crucial and time-consuming part of building APIs is manual testing and debugging. Read more

5 Ways APIs Can Improve Your Security

Gilad David Maayan

In an increasingly connected digital sphere, the API economy is no longer just a management challenge. Rather, the API economy has become a crucial part of cybersecurity efforts. APIs can provide security capabilities you do not have in-house. You don’t need to purchase specialized security tools or attain security expertise. Read more

Five Common Misconceptions About APIs

Erik Wilde

Learn how to avoid common API misconceptions and the resulting disillusionment.

APIs sometimes are perceived as having almost magical properties. Since APIs are so essential to digital transformation, powering all of our digital experiences, the conclusion is that once you have and use APIs, all the wonders of digital transformation are simply going to happen. Read more

What GDPR Means For API Developers

Art Anthony

Introduced in 2016, and implemented in 2018, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) was introduced to give individuals throughout Europe more control over their personal data.

Compliance caused plenty of headaches for businesses, both inside and outside of the EU, with many frantically sending out batch emails to confirm that individuals had opted in to hear from them. Read more