Posts Tagged: Java

Don’t Let API Changes Hit You Like A Freight Train!

Most web applications, and many mobile applications, rely on 3rd party APIs like social login, cloud storage, email, messaging, CRM etc. The benefits are obvious, and for some applications the API integration is a core element. However, the API dependency does make applications more vulnerable to change — one small change to an API can break an entire app. Read more

11+ Killer Open Data Sources and Free Visualization Tools

Data makes the world go round. The ability to pull, store, cleanse, train, move, mash, and extract data can mean success to a company. Those that can identify correlations and more importantly causations are steps above the rest. Compound this with ever increasing processing speeds, and analytics become even more accessible. Read more

Oracle Vs. Google: How To Protect an API From Legal Snags

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

Review of Red Hat’s Apiman Open Source API Management

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It’s no surprise that the growth of the API economy has been accompanied by a proliferation of API management solutions as software vendors endeavor to tap into the needs of a wave of new API providers hitting the market. Read more

The Present and Future of Configuration Management

DevOps is the set of tools, processes and activities that modern software development teams put in place in order to ensure that they can convert code into live applications in a stable and repeatable way. It’s a bit of a catch-all term, and can be broken down into different areas. Read more