Posts Tagged: API Versioning

API Change Strategy

Some people, when confronted with a problem, think “I know, I’ll use versioning.” Now they have 2.1.0 problems.

Brandon Byers

Software Versioning

If your software has a fuzzy or seemingly random versioning scheme — or no apparent version number at all — you’ll likely agree it can be a nightmare to work with. Read more

Using Canary Release To Ease API Versioning

One of the greatest struggles an API provider can face is how to manage versions and builds from instance to instance. The constant need to iterate matched with the constant need to organize has made versioning a controversial and often discussed facet of modern API development. Read more

Introduction to API Versioning Best Practices

Change is inevitable and growth is a good thing. When your API has reached the point of expanding beyond it’s original intent and capacity, it’s time to consider the next version.

Whether that next iteration is a whole number version bump or just a feature expansion, it’s important to consider the pros and cons of how you let your developers know about it. Read more

Best Practices for A Healthy GraphQL Implementation

We’ve discussed GraphQL at length previously – and while the discussions on how GraphQL works are obviously very powerful, we’ve yet to dive into some of the best practices that should be adopted when developing a GraphQL-centric API.

Today, we’re going to do exactly that. Read more