Posts Tagged: dx

Tips on Creating Outstanding Developer Experiences

Developer Experience (DX) for developers is akin to User Experience (UX) for end-users. The API products that streamline DX tend to increase interest and retain a following. But it’s not only public-facing services; internal and partner APIs benefit from a focus on DX as well. Read more

Why Your API Needs a Dedicated Developer Experience Team

In the 2019 State of API report, surprisingly, only 37% of API providers viewed documentation as a top priority. When API consumers were asked to vote on the most important characteristic of an API, 60% earmarked “ease-of-use” as their primary desire when integrating, with documentation trailing in 3rd place. Read more

How To Enable Third-Party Developer Success

The chances are good that there’s an app or service you currently use because it makes your life easier. It’s not perfect, and there are plenty of things you can think of that would improve it, but it helps you enough that you’re willing to overlook its imperfections. Read more

A Beginner’s Guide to Building a Slack Bot in PHP

As one of the most popular instant messaging platforms, Slack has built a name for itself in the ChatOps space thanks to its existing popularity and an extensive list of integrations. So, how easy is it to build your own bot? Read more

Designing the Human Experience (From the Ground Up)

API consultant Leah Tucker shares her ideas on designing APIs with the human experience in mind.

A common question I heard at Nordic APIs Platform Summit in Stockholm and API the Docs in Amsterdam: what makes a developer portal successful? Read more