Inherently, this is pretty difficult. Machines are picky and rely on pure logic; they crave rigid, hierarchical structures and definite instructions. Read more
Posts Tagged: API Definition
Web APIs are highly variable things – they can be custom-built, designed around a single purpose, all-encompassing, and almost everything in between. Shifting requirements dictate what the interface is comprised of. Due to this, it’s hard to find commonalities between APIs and their user-facing portals. Read more
The OpenAPI Specification is adored, and its usefulness has seen it be subject to sweeping adoption in recent years. It’s clear that many see the value of the OpenAPI Specification, and see value in its adoption.
As with any trend, there’s a certain amount of consideration that should be paid before adopting the solution carte blanche. Read more
The API lifecycle is a topic of much discussion — and rightfully so. The API space is agile, ever changing, and its participants must continually meet the shifting kaleidoscope of user needs and demands.
Speeding up and securing this lifecycle is seen by many, then, to be the Holy Grail. Read more