The internet is a system of communication, and as such, the relationship between client and server, as well as server to server, is one of the most oft-discussed and hotly contested concepts. event-driven architecture is a methodology of defining these relationships, and creating systems within a specific set of relationships that allow for extensive functionality. Read more
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The internet is fundamentally an unsafe place. For every service, every API, there are users who would love nothing more than to break through the various layers of security you’ve erected.
So, you’ve published a web API? Well done! You’re serving it over HTTP(S), right? Most developers see no reason to distrust the protocol that’s been holding the web together for almost 30 years. HTTP is very performant, scalable and reliable – in fact, it has multiple nifty performance features to make sure developers can make the most out of the applications built upon it. Read more
This is the third article on a series that aims to put the focus of Web APIs back on the Web, on its underlying architecture and on what it means to build evolvable APIs for it. In this first we introduced the architecture of the Web along with its first pillar — Identification. Read more
This is the second article in a series that aims to put the focus of Web APIs back on the Web, on its underlying architecture, and on what it means to build evolvable APIs for it. Within the previous article we introduced the architecture of the Web and it’s first pillar — Identification. Read more