Posts Tagged: data

How Can Consumers Relate To Open Banking?

Open banking has garnered a lot of attention recently. With the introduction of UK open banking and Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) becoming law across the European Union, regulations are fundamentally altering the way banks handle personal data. The movement is also not restricted to Europe, with regulators in the USA having released their intentions in October 2017 on access to bank accounts. Read more

High-Grade API Security For Banks

Financial institutions occupy a special zone for APIs largely because of how stringent the regulatory compliance rulesets are. The data that financial institutions leverage are protected widely by a variety of regulatory ordinances, and as such, this data has to be stringently controlled, secured, and managed – hence why high-grade API security is such a serious concern. Read more

Empower GraphQL Schemas with Visualization and Pretty Content

Structure and Meaning Must be Right

GraphQL is indeed an attractive data API for applications (and people). However, even if you know the basics of GraphQL, you may run into issues about getting the API data structures right and in prettifying the data content to make it business friendly. Read more

Using JSON-LD To Establish Semantic Linked Data

The world-wide web is a powerful tool, and much of this power is driven from the relational intersections between web pages, the data these pages host, and their further relations to other web pages and data sets. In fact, it is this fundamental relationship that drives the conceptual model and approach of the world-wide web – without these relationships, there would be no Reddit, no BBC News, and certainly no Wikipedia. Read more

Using API Analytics to Empower the Platform

API metrics are perhaps the single most important factor in improving any API system. Metrics are inherently valuable – tracking data on API usage, availability, uptime, and other insights is pivotal to keeping a consistently healthy platform. That being said, it’s an unfortunate truth that many developers do not leverage API analytics to their full power, simply preferring to consider metrics a business tool, and little else. Read more