Posts Tagged: review

API City Conference Wrap Up

Last week I was fortunate enough to attend and speak at the first-ever API City conference in Bremerton, near Seattle. Organized by Tessa Mero, Developer Evangelist/Advocate at Cisco, API City has grown from a local APIs and IPAs meetup to become Seattle’s starling API conference. Read more

Tooling Review: Swagger Inspector

Testing is often considered to be a secondary consideration at the end of the development lifecycle. The common thought is that APIs are tested after they are built, and that any issues found should be addressed during these later stages. While this is certainly a method that can deliver a finished product, utilizing testing in such a manner is missing some major benefits of earlier testing. Read more

Using Kubernetes to Build Versatile Microservices

Kubernetes is often talked about, but seldom fully understood system in the API industry. This is largely because containerization, the principle approach that Kubernetes is built upon, is still not nearly as ubiquitous as the classical approach to API design and resource management. Read more

Tooling Review: AsyncAPI

Documentation will set you free – this is a mantra often delivered by experienced developers, and it bears repeating whenever the value of documentation is discussed. Simply put, documentation is perhaps one of the most important elements of effective API developer communication, second only to active demonstrations, tutorials, and other interactive systems. Read more