The OpenAPI Specification is adored, and its usefulness has seen it be subject to sweeping adoption in recent years. It’s clear that many see the value of the OpenAPI Specification, and see value in its adoption.
As with any trend, there’s a certain amount of consideration that should be paid before adopting the solution carte blanche. Read more
Summary of API Strategy & Practice conference held in Portland from Oct 31 – Nov 2.
Last week I was fortunate enough to attend, speak, and meet new API enthusiasts at APIStrat in Portland, Oregon. API Strategy & Practice is a series of quality API-themed conferences held throughout the United States, originally organized by API Evangelist and now adopted as a Linux Foundation event. Read more
Big news in the world of APIs! Today, the Open API Initiative (OAI) released its 3.0.0 version of the OpenAPI Specification. In case you missed our past coverage of this evolving specification, the OpenAPI Spec (OAS) has quickly become an industry standard method to describe web APIs. Read more
If you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past 18 months you may not know that the Swagger API specification, arguably the most popular specification format available to the API community, has been donated to the Linux Foundation to become the bedrock of the OpenAPI Specification. Read more
The API lifecycle is a topic of much discussion — and rightfully so. The API space is agile, ever changing, and its participants must continually meet the shifting kaleidoscope of user needs and demands.
Speeding up and securing this lifecycle is seen by many, then, to be the Holy Grail. Read more