An Introduction to System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM)
What is SCIM?
SCIM stands for “System for Cross-domain Identity Management” and is firstly a standardized way of representing users, groups, and anything related. Secondly, SCIM helps to standardize methods for acting on this data, such as creating, querying, searching, updating, and deleting. Read more
An API provider is akin to a handyman. To fix a specific problem, a specific solution is needed, and a skilled handyman is the only one with the experience, the know-how, and the ability to fix these issues. The same is true in the API space. Read more
In 2007 Kevin Kelly gave a TED talk in which he forecasted how the World Wide Web would look 5000 days into the future, prophesizing the emergence of the IoT and AI. He envisioned a more connected planet where all manufactured goods tap into a single, global, intelligent network. 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
The API Lifecycle is an agile process for managing the life of an API. The common API Lifecycle is composed of four distinct phases: Analysis, Development, Operations, and Retirement.
During the course of this article, you’ll come to understand the actions to take as well as the most important challenges to address during an API’s Development phase. Read more