Posts Tagged: community

Review of Postwoman

We review the open-source Postwoman project; a lean API request builder

API testing is of prime importance – few would underappreciate this step of the development process. As such, the availability of tools for testing, refining, and development is wide and ever-changing. Read more

Tips for Starting a Partner Developer Program

Partner programs are hotter than ever in the tech space. By collaborating with third-party service providers, development houses, and individual app developers, you can build powerful, mutually beneficial relationships. Whether you’re looking to develop new revenue streams or increase the value provided by your core offering, a partner program is seriously worth considering. Read more

Hope You Like Jammin’ Too: Understanding JAMstack

As web API aficionados, we’re always on the lookout for new web development styles. And today, we have a new one for you. If you love working with JavaScript, APIs, and Markup to build websites, then JAMstack is probably your new best friend. Read more

How I Bought My Property Thanks to APIs

Milton Carranza shares an interesting personal project that relied heavily on APIs — smartly purchasing a house in a volatile Prague market

Introduction

Buying property in the current real estate market in Prague has become hard, time-consuming and expensive. This is due to multiple factors: price, income, unwillingness to commute, strong demand, and a decreasing supply of new properties. Read more

Public Awareness for APIs Sucks. Here’s What We Can Do.

It wouldn’t be exaggerating to say that APIs are the cornerstone of modern technology. If you’ve ever taken a computer science class, you’ll know that programming can get pretty boring when there’s nothing to link your application to.

Enter the “Application Programming Interface,” or “API,” and all of a sudden you have the tools needed to pull data from all around the world, using services that others have already built to make the most of physical data sensors, internet, and mobile technology. Read more