In light of all the summer festivities, sport events and buzzing bees, we recently released version Beta 2.2 of APISpark. We think that’s pretty exciting as this version includes:Read article
After the shock wave following the recent legal decision at Federal level on the Java copyright case between Oracle and Google, I decided to read the 69 pages of the court decision and extract the most interesting quotes, from a Java technologist point of view.
We are happy to announce the release of two Restlet Framework versions: 2.3 M2 and 2.2.1. We also made changes on Restlet.org website, covering the web API platform, including of course the open source Restlet Framework and the related APISpark PaaS as well.
David Linthicum is an internationally known cloud computing visionary, technology innovator, and agent of change. He has been working with GigaOM Research for several years now. In this report, he puts the spotlight on the PaaS market connections with web APIs, BaaS (Backend as a Service) and DBaaS (DataBase as a Service).
A major OpenSSL vulnerability was revealed yesterday. Learn more about the Heartbleed Bug. The Restlet Operations team immediately started analyzing its implications: our AWS Elastic Load Balancers (ELB) used for APISpark were our main infrastructure component at risk.
It’s been a year and a half since the 2.1.0 release of the Restlet Framework so we are proud to announce the release version 2.2.0! In 2013 we were also very busy with the development of APISpark, our new cloud platform for web APIs based on the framework. Actually, we recently released APISpark 2.0 so feel […]