APIdays Paris just closed its doors yesterday, after two intense days of conference on the theme of automating IT, business and the whole society with APIs. I particularly enjoyed the show and the flawless organization, as well as the many opportunities to meet and discuss with actors of the API ecosystem.Read article
Last week, I was privileged to attend the Gartner Application Architecture, Development & Integration Summit (AADI for short) in Las Vegas. Like I have done in the past (in prior lives), I have tweeted during the sessions, relaying some of the thoughts and quotes I especially liked. Some tweets are mine, some are retweets.
On the Restlet blog, Yves de Montcheuil shares his 2016 predictions for APIs, and he wrote about the API-powered shopping season on InfoWorld. Thierry Templier shows a concrete example of using DHC for testing an example API. Fabienne recorded a screencast on how to create a realtime stock quotes app with APISpark and Streamdata.io. Guillaume […]
This week we’re bringing you an early Christmas gift, a new screencast! You’re welcome 🙂 This screencast is a little different – it’s actually based on the Real-time stock quotes from Google Finance with APISpark blog post from our REST Valley Pirate, Pascal Guilcher (click on his name to check his other cool apps!) – so watch the video […]
The API industry is shifting from infancy into its grown-up years. More companies than ever are rolling out large scale API strategies, transforming the job of both frontend and backend developers, and demanding new skills. Here is what I believe is in store for 2016 for API-driven companies — and what the (fewer and fewer) […]
Last week, we looked into the testing capabilities of DHC by Restlet. It’s time to apply this knowledge to a concrete example, by testing a real-word RESTful service.
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 […]
In our previous blog post about DHC, we introduced the foundations of the tool. But DHC isn’t just a tool to execute HTTP requests, it also allows you to apply some rules on calls to check that the responses received correspond to what is expected.
The API Strategy & Practice conference in Austin, Texas, is over already. Jérôme Louvel, CTO of Restlet, participated to a round table on API discovery, hubs and IDEs. Here are the slides that Jérôme presented: API Strategy & Practice – API Discovery, Hubs and IDEs from Jerome Louvel The team at 3scale summarised the conference, […]
Back in May, we celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Java programming language, and now is the time to celebrate another milestone — the 10th birthday of Restlet Framework, the most used framework to develop and use RESTful APIs in Java! If you are a Java developer working with APIs, chances are, you did interact […]