Application Programming Interfaces, or more commonly known as APIs, enable an application to relate, talk or share information with another application. As human beings it is very easy to misinterpret information or miscommunicate with each other but a computer will only share the exact information that is requested of it and in the format that it is has been programmed to. Read more
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There are very few names as ubiquitous as Google. While Google is best known for its search engine and for its suite of productivity applications, some of its most powerful work is in the functional aspects of the world wide web and the protocols that drive it. Read more
If you’ve been paying attention to the API space over the last year, you won’t be surprised to hear that there has been a lot of movement amongst companies that provide API-related solutions.
The most noteworthy example is Google’s $625 million acquisition of API platform provider, Apigee, in the fall of 2016. Read more
Over the past couple of years, Oracle has been seeking $8.8 billion in damages for Google’s use of Java in Android. If you’ve taken a look at any tech websites or the finance section of a newspaper in the past couple of years, then there’s a good chance you already know that. Read more
In 2014, a working group reached consensus for v2.0 of SCIM — a simple yet powerful standard that more and more large digital organizations are beginning to adopt for cross-domain identity management. Just last month, the Internet took a leap forward in standardizing SCIM specifications, now officially published by the Internet Engineering Task Force as RFC7643 and RFC7644. Read more