Posts Tagged: standardization

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

Standard API Definitions Demystified

As with any industry, the web API space faces different approaches to standardization. Not least of which are the differences between how API providers choose to define their APIs in a machine readable way with API specifications and description languages.

API definitions have emerged as ways to annotate API functionalities, and there are still many out there catering to varying web service architectures. Read more

9 Common Errors Made During API Testing

9 Common Errors Made During API Testing

API testing is an important facet of the API development process. Such testing can help disclose important security flaws, data processing errors, and even breaks in basic functionality. With all that said, it’s an unfortunate fact that many API testing processes are fundamentally flawed, and because of this, issues are often kept around and extended well beyond their reasonable lifespan. Read more

eBook Release: The API Economy – Disruption and the Business of APIs

We are very excited to announce that we have released a new eBook! Download The API Economy for Free HERE, or name your price on LeanPub.

APIs are all around us, driving the digital world and largely responsible for some pretty astounding industry disruption. Read more

How APIs Are Streamlining Healthcare

Managing healthcare records can be a painful experience, for both patients and doctors. Though extensive medical records are kept on patients to be made available to new caregivers, accessing them is not always an easy process.

In the UK, records are held digitally (usually General Practice (GP) records) yet some are still written by hand (details of hospital visits, etc.). Read more