Posts Tagged: platform

Using-A-Schema-First-Design-As-Your-Single-Source-of-Truth

Using A Schema-First Design As Your Single Source of Truth

One of the hardest parts of developing a product is the coordination of so many teams and moving parts. Ensuring that everyone is moving in the same direction, towards the same goal, and in a way that is complimentary is the single most important – but also the single hardest – element of any collaborative project. Read more

What it means to have a full spectrum API

What It Means To Have A Full Spectrum API

Expanding The Scope Of Your API

In development, the term full stack – familiarity with multiple programming languages for both frontend and backend development – is thrown around pretty regularly. Full spectrum is one that’s used from time to time, and may be a better way to describe the techniques required for superior API practice. Read more

Operating a Real-World API, From Zero to 3 Million Calls

Guest contribution covering an impressive automotive API journey. Follow the rise of the niche Car Registration API; from market pivot, to price-adjusting, to scaling sales internationally.

It’s unusual for an API to become the main income stream for a company. Read more

An Introduction To API Economy Boosting Principles

People develop APIs for all sorts of reasons. They might be trying to create a tool to facilitate internal processes where they work, they could be building an external product for customers, or they might be building a third party tool designed to mash-up other services. Read more

Using API Analytics to Empower the Platform

API metrics are perhaps the single most important factor in improving any API system. Metrics are inherently valuable – tracking data on API usage, availability, uptime, and other insights is pivotal to keeping a consistently healthy platform. That being said, it’s an unfortunate truth that many developers do not leverage API analytics to their full power, simply preferring to consider metrics a business tool, and little else. Read more