REST vs GraphQL: How Constraints Determine API Style

Much has been said about REST and GraphQL. Unfortunately, these conversations almost always hover around the idea of one being better than the other — more often than not, GraphQL is presented as the next step towards a RESTless world. Read more

Rust Vs. Haskell: Which Language is Best for API Design?

When it comes to designing, building, and maintaining an API, it’s not immediately obvious which development tools and programming languages you should use. Seeing as how APIs are essentially the nervous system of mobile apps, it makes sense that there would be copious amounts of resources for programmers and developers. Read more

Speaker Interview: Noah Dietz of Google

We interview Noah Dietz, a Software Engineer at Google and speaker at the upcoming Austin Summit 2019.

Noah Dietz is a Software Engineer at Google, and we’re excited to announce that he’ll be talking APIs at our 2019 Austin API Summit later this year. Read more

How I Bought My Property Thanks to APIs

Milton Carranza shares an interesting personal project that relied heavily on APIs — smartly purchasing a house in a volatile Prague market

Introduction

Buying property in the current real estate market in Prague has become hard, time-consuming and expensive. This is due to multiple factors: price, income, unwillingness to commute, strong demand, and a decreasing supply of new properties. Read more

Speaker Interview: William Lyon of Neo4j

We interview William Lyon of Neo4j, a speaker at the upcoming Austin API Summit 2019.

William Lyon is a Developer Relations Engineer at Neo4j, the open source graph database. With experience working in several nimble startups, William’s current work is focused on GraphQL integrations — in fact, he’ll be joining our “Diving into GraphQL” LiveCast later this month. Read more