A round number, for this week in API land, with the 30th edition! And I’ll start with another round number, with this interview I did of Jérôme Louvel, on the 10th anniversary of Restlet Framework: 10 years of REST APIs in Java.
Thierry Templier detailed the testing and assertion capabilities of DHC by Restlet, to test your RESTful Web APIs.
The API Strategy & Practice conference is over.
Desiree Schillinger, from her APIStrat recap, listed 6 expert tips for successful API developer marketing.
I’ve also collected a few slide decks from the conference by following the busy #apistrat hashtag on Twitter:
- Jérôme Louvel, CTO of Restlet participated to a round table on API discovery, hubs and IDEs
- In the API business model slot, Tyler Singletary of Klout talked about APIs as a venture capital model
- Amanda Whaley of Cisco spoke about building a developer community around hardware and software
- James Higginbotham presented APIs are forever: how to design long-lasting APIs
- Manfred Bortenschlager talked about API model canvas: a tool to help getting API strategy right
- John Sheehan, CEO of Runscope, on building a great webhooks experience
- Mike Stowe of MuleSoft covered the novelties of RAML 1.0 as well as REST to the future
- Kin Lane is thankful for another great APIStrat conference
API2cart on APIs as a revenue model: 5 ways to earn more, by focusing on customers, with retention & loyalty, API as an upsell drive, affiliation power, and API as a distribution channel.
Aline Paponaud, CTO at OnPrint, in a presentation, shared about the platform era: 7 steps to a great API.
Pedro Felix writes on Nordic APIs blog about designing evolvable APIs for the web: identification.
The Stormpath team has been baking the best darn HTTP cookies.
What if your bank had an open API you could use? Well, James Allison’s bank has one, and he built his own online banking application.
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