What is the Blockchain?
To understand the role of APIs in the blockchain, we must first discuss what a blockchain actually is. In its most simple form, the blockchain is a digitally generated, immutable record of transactions. Typically, it functions across a wide number of nodes in a chain, with the record only being updated upon the consensus of multiple modes within the chain. Read more
“Reference docs do not constitute developer portals.”
This was the crux of a talk given by Nordic APIs veteran and Pronovix CEO Kristof Van Tomme at our 2017 Platform Summit. His opinion is that developer portals should function as self-service hubs for APIs, allowing developers to access APIs without having to wait around for access keys or any additional information. Read more
A beautiful view from the Palmer Event center in Austin!
Mic check. 1-2-3. Earlier this week, Nordic APIs held a 2.5 day event, jam-packed with workshops, 30 speakers, and critical insights on building success in the API ecosystem. This was our first ever conference in Austin, and our 2nd ever Nordic APIs event in the United States. Read more
So you’ve just finished building the perfect API: it’s well-designed and solves particular problems that everyone is having — what now?
You could just tell a few colleagues about it and let word-of-mouth do the rest for you, but if you want to grow your user base fast, you’ll have to get your hands dirty with some marketing. Read more
Why you should be using drivers to integrate with disparate data sources
As enterprises grow, so too does the number and variety of data sources they use to drive business. The average company is using at least sixteen SaaS applications and has data in at least that many on-premises data stores and internal apps. Read more