Posts Tagged: specifications

Designing the Human Experience (From the Ground Up)

API consultant Leah Tucker shares her ideas on designing APIs with the human experience in mind.

A common question I heard at Nordic APIs Platform Summit in Stockholm and API the Docs in Amsterdam: what makes a developer portal successful? Read more

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

Building With Open Standards Will Result in IT Longevity

In the initial years of the world wide web, much was innovated as it was needed — while the fundamentals were open and commonly agreed upon, the systems that used these fundamentals often were not. Innovation led to unique solutions, which led to the development of proprietary systems and approaches. Read more

Description-Agnostic API Development with API Transformer

Whilst many aspects of the API economy are subject to discussion and conjecture, if there is one truth it’s this: When it comes to successfully describing your API, the jury is out on the best tool for the job. As the API economy has grown so has the number of API description specifications, each with their own specific format and supporting tools. Read more