Posts Tagged: review

AsyncAPI vs OpenAPI: What’s The Difference?

The world of APIs is often one of competing standards, interests, and solutions. While we tend to talk about the API space as a cohesive community, the reality is that APIs on the internet encompasses something more universal.

In the API documentation space, this ultimately comes down to a question of consumption. Read more

Book Review: The Design of Web APIs

Arnaud Lauret’s The Design Of Web APIs is a comprehensive, thorough guidebook, teaching you everything you need to know about web APIs and API design in general. No matter who you are or how far along you are in your development career, you’re likely to learn something new from Lauret. Read more

Review of Ballerina, A Programming Language For Microservices And APIs

As the API space has grown and transitioned, there have been several major sea changes in what an effective language in the industry looks like. Moving away from classical server-client architecture and into the realm of serverless or other new paradigms can leave old languages feeling inadequate. Read more

Why RingCentral’s API Is a Developer Favorite

What truly makes a usable API? We routinely discuss API best practices on the blog, but at times it helps to have a real-world model to follow. One such developer favorite API offering is the RingCentral Developer Progam.

I recently sat down with Mike Stowe, Sr. Read more

Chaos Engineering For APIs: Review of Gremlin

We review Gremlin, a tool for API testing based on a chaos engineering ethos

Disclaimer: This is NOT a sponsored post. Our coverage is part of our effort to highlight new, interesting tools in the API space.

The internet is an extremely complex place. Read more