Posts Tagged: scalability

Why APIs Are Vital to Advancing the Connected Car

Today’s cars are more digital than ever before. They can connect to the internet, offer convenient entertainment services and a sophisticated digital user experience. But tomorrow’s cars will be capable of even more: They’ll be able to look around street corners, interact with other cars on the street, pick the rider up autonomously when requested, and find parking themselves — all for the sake of increased comfort, convenience, and security of the rider. Read more

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

Operating a Real-World API, From Zero to 3 Million Calls

Guest contribution covering an impressive automotive API journey. Follow the rise of the niche Car Registration API; from market pivot, to price-adjusting, to scaling sales internationally.

It’s unusual for an API to become the main income stream for a company. Read more

7 Frameworks To Build A REST API In Go

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.

When those situations arise, having a solid framework with which to depend on is very important. Read more

4 Mantras for Designing Scalable APIs

Scalability might be a buzzword, but there’s reason for that — it can define both early adoption and future success, as well as a variety of points and approaches along the lifespan of a product. That being said, it’s also often poorly implemented. Read more