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
Posts Tagged: Microsoft
How many of you have piles of (paper) notes laying around that you never got around to transcribing? Wish you could search and sort your notes just like you do your computer files? Good news. Microsoft’s Cognitive Services, specifically their Computer Vision API, enables one to do just that. Read more
Imagine if your backend had no infrastructure. No permanent server, nowhere for your API to call home. Sounds a bit bleak, doesn’t it? As it turns out, serverless backends could be the next big thing for implementing truly scalable cloud architecture. Read more
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty together again.
That sure sounds like the last time your site went down and every team in the office started panicking, right? Read more
Over 300 API practitioners. 53 talks. 6 demos. 3 workshops. 3 days. Endless coffee.
Sound familiar? If you’re into APIs and were in Stockholm this week you were probably experiencing the 2016 Platform Summit — the Nordic region’s largest web API event to date. Read more