We’ve written plenty about different API monetization models and monetizing your API using a freemium model in the past, but just as important is envisioning how your API might fit into your business model as a whole.
Obviously, this is something that will differ hugely from company to company — in the case of a business like Twilio, the API is the core product. Read more
It isn’t much of a stretch to imagine a world where biology is accessed and modified through API calls. Not only is this not science fiction, but the first laboratory science APIs are already available. Science-as-a-Service (SciAAS) companies have started popping up, with the intent to accelerate scientific research and improvements in biotechnology. Read more
APIs are pretty important. You already know that, or you wouldn’t be a reader of this blog. To that end, we realize there’s an element of preaching to the converted in this post.
However, even some of those who understand the value of APIs may not know that there are countless companies out there that wouldn’t be around today without APIs. Read more
Perhaps one of the most important aspects of API development is source control. Proper implementation of source control can lead to more efficient, effective development, with fewer bugs, dependency conflicts, and operational errors.
One of the most popular forms of source control in the modern development environment is GitHub. Read more
Growth is a word on every entrepreneur’s mind, especially when it’s associated with the value of a startup, or with how much profit it can generate. Most startups struggle, and apply many different techniques, to reach a point where they can show some growth. Read more