The microservices design paradigm has become a prominent software design methodology now that API-first industries embrace a more decoupled operational strata. In the past we’ve discussed asynchronous choreography, BFF design, as well as identity control for microservices. However, one question remains: what is the most effective means for testing microservices? Read more
The internet is a system of communication, and as such, the relationship between client and server, as well as server to server, is one of the most oft-discussed and hotly contested concepts. event-driven architecture is a methodology of defining these relationships, and creating systems within a specific set of relationships that allow for extensive functionality. Read more
What is an API-Based CMS?
If you know what an API-based CMS is, skip this section.
The typical way to build a CMS-powered website is to choose a fully-integrated solution like WordPress and build your website as a collection of tightly embedded templates. Read more
The web is always evolving, growing ever more complex and powerful as the industry adds new technologies and solutions. Consumer data processing and storage demands are higher than ever before, and thus web architectures must pivot and innovate in order to match these demands. Read more
When some people think of APIs, they think of things like marketing automation or maybe powering a smart home. In other words, it’s very easy to associate APIs with frivolity or, to put it less harshly, simply making things more convenient. Read more