Elixir is, at its heart, a language based upon the idea of extensible design – it’s no surprise, then, that there’s a bevy of additional frameworks designed to provide more extensibility, more capability, and more efficiency. Today, we’re going to take a look at some of those frameworks, and look at what they do. Read more
Posts Tagged: libraries
Client libraries are one of few ways to dramatically improve Developer Experience (DX) for your APIs. However, with all the programming languages your developers use, creating client libraries can be quite a challenge — and that’s not to mention the maintenance that comes with every update to your APIs. Read more
GraphQL is a powerful solution for many users. Having the ability to determine the data returned and the format it’s returned great makes for a robust system, delivering excellent user experience and unmatchable data exchange. That said, GraphQL is not entirely perfect out of the box. Read more
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
While it’s extremely important to have quality API developer experience, it does not stop at great API design or at the documentation level. One of the most important elements of great developer experience is the SDK.
For app developers, an SDK is often the point of entry to elements within the API. Read more