Guillaume Laforge, our Product Ninja and Advocate, will be speaking at JavaOne about the Groovy programming language and REST API tools and libraries. He’s been selected as one of the “featured speakers” of the conference. If you’re using Restlet Framework, Restlet Studio or APISpark, don’t hesitate to tell Guillaume about it, he’ll be more than […]Read article
Interested in the Summer of APIs virtual hackathon? Then we’ve got good news! In order to help you build and launch your API project, we’ve started hosting Office Hours with Kin Lane, API Evangelist and jury, so you can ask questions and get valuable feedback. These Office Hours will be hosted every Thursday from 11am to 12pm PT […]
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Last June we hosted our first internal hackathon near Nantes, where a lot of our engineering team is based. We had a lot of fun and they made real progress with the Restlet platform! Here are the results of their efforts: 16 pull requests in the APISpark backend console 5 pull requests in the APISpark front-end console 2 pull requests for the Restlet […]
For the Summer of APIs hackathon, following up my first post on visualizing Open Data sets and on storing an Angular.JS application in APISpark, I’m now focusing on explaining how to define the various data layers we’ll display later on thanks to D3.js. When browsing the suggested list of open datasets, I was curious to see what NASA […]
In a recent article about our Web app and API for displaying fireworks around your area, we ended up with URLs like https://fireworks.apispark.net/v1/html/index.html. These URLs are specific to the APISpark platform, and you may want to have a more personalized URL to share! This is where APISpark custom domains come in handy!
The Restlet Framework open source project has a new home for its discussions, with a brand new Google Group. Kin Lane presented a workshop on the Summer of APIs virtual hackathon, explaining how to work on your data, your API, and how to promote your project.
For the Summer of API, I’m implementing an Angular application (see my first post on the subject) to display open data on maps in a convenient way. I want to use all the classical tools provided by the community to make my development life easier. Concretely, I’m using Yeoman with the Angular generator. This means […]
Last week we hosted a live workshop with Kin Lane, API Evangelist, to show you how to participate in the Summer of APIs virtual hackathon. In this workshop, Kin shows how to find an open data source, how to input it in a Google Sheet and format it so that it is accepted by APISpark. He then […]
Restlet Framework now has a new mailing-list on Google Groups! We have moved the last bit of our venerable Tigris infrastructure that was still hosted there. Subscribers of the old mailing-list should have been migrated to this new group, but if you haven’t seen yet a post from that group, be sure to check if […]