Posts Tagged: api

Why APIs Are Vital to Advancing the Connected Car

Today’s cars are more digital than ever before. They can connect to the internet, offer convenient entertainment services and a sophisticated digital user experience. But tomorrow’s cars will be capable of even more: They’ll be able to look around street corners, interact with other cars on the street, pick the rider up autonomously when requested, and find parking themselves — all for the sake of increased comfort, convenience, and security of the rider. Read more

Embracing Diversity In The API Space

For non-technical folks, API jargon can seem like another language. But for some API developers and consumers, that’s literally the case. English has, as it has in so many areas, become the de facto language of choice for programming and API development. Read more

5 Powerful Alternatives to Google Maps API

Google Maps is a favorite for its geolocation services worldwide. Their expansive database of geographical features, small businesses, and street images across the globe are hard to beat — and that’s why the Google Maps API has for years been the go-to choice for developers. Read more

2018 Platform Summit Conference Wrap Up

 

Last week Nordic APIs hosted the 2018 Platform Summit, our biggest event to date with about 480 total attendees! Our international assortment of speakers covered a wide spectrum of industries involved in APIs, making it an ideal space to discuss the best practices that will propel the global API industry into the future. Read more

Speaker Interview: Nathan Brock & Rafal Jachimczyk, BBC

We feature Nathan Brock and Rafal Jachimczyk, speakers at the upcoming 2018 Platform Summit.

The Nordic APIs Platform Summit is renowned for its myriad of speakers from different industries and verticals. In advance of our 2018 offering, we sat down with two speakers from media and broadcasting – Nathan Brock, Principal Software Engineer, and Rafal Jachimczyk, Senior Software Engineer – who both work on the API Management team at the BBC. Read more