Meet Tina Huang: she’s the co-founder and CTO of Transposit, an API composition platform that makes it easy to build and deploy API-dependent applications. Having worked at tech giants Apple, Google, and Twitter, Tina has always been passionate about developer experience. Read more
Python is a highly-capable language, primed to handle the rigors of API development. Popularized by major companies and smaller development teams, Python is applauded for its user-friendliness. However, Python owes much of that usability to various development platforms.
We always appreciate when developer communities collaborate to build smarter tools, and luckily, a plethora of open-source frameworks have burst onto the scene and matured. Read more
Open Banking has been on our radar for several years now, with Nordics APIs first publishing a post on PSD2 back in 2016. Since then there’s been continual coverage in the financial industry press on the promise of Open Banking, with predictions of a “revolution” as FinTechs unlock the banking market and provide the tools, apps, and functionality that bank customers want yet are not provided by their banks. Read more
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
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
Milton Carranza shares an interesting personal project that relied heavily on APIs — smartly purchasing a house in a volatile Prague market
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