Posts Tagged: REST API

Scalable APIs are Built From Consistency

Scalability is a hard sought after quality in making architectural decisions for software products these days. Yet, the most robust way to increase the likelihood that your product continues to scale to end user needs is through APIs. That’s probably old news for most. Read more

7 Unique Benefits of Using GraphQL in Microservices

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We’ve talked about GraphQL at length previously, and for very good reason – GraphQL is, in many ways, one of the more powerful tools an API provider has in terms of providing singular endpoints to the consumer and controlling data flow. Read more

10 Payment APIs: Accept Credit Cards, Bank Accounts, BitCoin, and More

For the longest time, if you wanted to make or receive payments on the web, PayPal was the only option you had. Back then, the process wasn’t necessarily as user-friendly as it is today – but they did simplify how users could transfer money. Read more

The OpenAPI Specification Turns 3

OpenAPI Specification can be used to secure and accelerate the API lifecycle.

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

7 Frameworks To Build A REST API In Go

Go Golang!

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. Read more