Posts Tagged: open source

7 Frameworks To Build A REST API In Go

We’ve previously talked about Go – it’s a very powerful, efficient, and lean language that powers both enterprise and small group applications. While Go itself is very powerful, as with any language, additional functionality is often desired, or outright required.

When those situations arise, having a solid framework with which to depend on is very important. Read more

Exploring The gRPC Framework for Building Microservices

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

5 Lightweight PHP Frameworks to Build REST APIs

PHP is a powerful language, with a wide range of offerings that make utilizing it for anything from basic websites to complex APIs a very strong proposition. It’s got a wonderful low barrier of entry, a gigantic ecosystem of solutions, and a variety of framework implementations that can make it do almost whatever you dream. 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

3 Methods to Documenting JSON APIs

3 Methods for Documenting JSON API Services

JSON is a very powerful, open standard format that is used by many services and APIs across the internet. Unfortunately, while open standard carries a lot of good, it also creates some pitfalls that developers may not be prepared to handle. Read more