When web APIs first began appearing everywhere, they were mere supplemental technologies. Has anyone else noticed that they have now become standalone products?
APIs have merged into nearly all spheres of life, not to mention eCommerce. Without APIs, there wouldn’t be online retailing as we know it today. Read more
How does one go about securing APIs, microservices, and websites? One way to do this is by focusing on the identity — knowing who the caller is, and what the caller is allowed to do with your data. Too often, though, providers rely too heavily on user social identity, pairing it way too closely with the design of their APIs. Read more
The ancient Sumerians were the first known civilization to record their culture on cuneiform tablets. Much of the written artifacts that exist today from that time are not eloquent prose, tales of old quests, or elegant poetry — but administrative cataloging. Read more