Posts Tagged: Java

Review of Everest API Testing Tool

We check out Everest, an open source API testing project. 

Testing is a fundamental part of the API development cycle. Accordingly, the tools used for testing are just as essential as the test itself. In the average development cycle, thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, of API queries will be passed through and tested to ensure data integrity, response clarity, and user experience. Read more

8 Frameworks to Build A Web API In Scala

Scala is a powerful language that has quickly become a favorite among many developers. A language, however, is just a starting point — not every function is going to be covered by the language core. Accordingly, some awesome frameworks have been created to make Scala just that much better. Read more

10+ Frameworks For Building Web Applications In Clojure

Clojure is a powerful language, but as with any language, its true power comes through extensibility. The ability to plug in additional modules and open up functionality is key to the proper development of a Clojure application, and as such, understanding both how Clojure functions and how the various frameworks interlock is key to proper development. Read more

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