Posts Tagged: 2017

Serverless GraphQL Architecture With Graphcool

Today, new application development leans towards microservices and serverless approaches. With this paradigm shift, the weaknesses of traditional RESTful API approaches began to show. GraphQL was developed in response to the problems of a typical REST API, but requires a fair amount of configuration to get it running server-side. Read more

eBook Released: GraphQL or Bust

We are very happy to announce a new eBook release! Download GraphQL or Bust today for FREE!

GraphQL or Bust

Discover the benefits of GraphQL and gauge if it’s a good move for your web API: 

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Also available for purchase on Leanpub and the Amazon Kindle store (soon!). Read more

From API Doing to API Thinking In a Major Bank

From API Doing to API Thinking in a Major Bank

In any sizable organization, it’s hard to feel like you can make a difference with just your tech skills. There’s no surprise that software engineer Flavia Sequeira felt exactly that when she joined ING — the multinational banking firm with over 50,000 employees — in 2013. Read more

What it means to have a full spectrum API

What It Means To Have A Full Spectrum API

Expanding The Scope Of Your API

In development, the term full stack – familiarity with multiple programming languages for both frontend and backend development – is thrown around pretty regularly. Full spectrum is one that’s used from time to time, and may be a better way to describe the techniques required for superior API practice. Read more

Review of APIStrat in Portland

Summary of API Strategy & Practice conference held in Portland from Oct 31 – Nov 2. 

Last week I was fortunate enough to attend, speak, and meet new API enthusiasts at APIStrat in Portland, Oregon. API Strategy & Practice is a series of quality API-themed conferences held throughout the United States, originally organized by API Evangelist and now adopted as a Linux Foundation event. Read more