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There are several ways to optimize Restlet applications. We can leverage features of the HTTP protocol itself like caching or compression but also at the level of third-party tools like Restlet converters and template engines. This allows you to have an application that provides quicker responses and optimized contents. Using caching One possible optimization is […]

- February 29, 2016
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Following up the article on the theme of a day in the life of API evangelists on Nordic APIs blog, I’ve published the whole interview with my thoughts on API evangelism. Thierry Templier published the last part of his article on Angular 2 forms handling (see part one and part two). Yves de Montcheuil announces […]

- February 26, 2016
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On Nordic APIs blog, Bill Doerrfeld interviewed several API evangelists to discuss the role of API evangelists, the different activities they do, how to develop a community, and more. Please be sure to read a Day in the life of an API evangelist. I was very happy to take part in this interview, and Bill […]

- February 24, 2016
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Leading Digital Platform provider Fujitsu RunMyProcess broadens their use of Restlet’s API Platform, making integration easier for their ecosystem by improving API usability.  Restlet, providers of the leading API Platform as a Service, announced today that Fujitsu RunMyProcess, a division of Fujitsu Limited, is leveraging Restlet’s innovative technology to make it easier for customers and partners to consume […]

- February 22, 2016
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In the first part of this article, we deal with foundations of the form support. We then describe in a second part more advanced features to make form creation and processing more concise and robust. It’s now time to tackle the form submission. Handling form submission Angular 2 automatically applies the NgForm directive to the […]

- February 22, 2016
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App Developer Magazine talks about Restlet’s update of its DHC Web-based API testing tool. And we’ve put online a new screencast on testing Web APIs with DHC, using assertions, scenarios, and how to integrate that in your build and continuous integration pipeline. Sharing and saving your Web API designs in the cloud with Restlet Studio. […]

- February 19, 2016
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Brand new to DHC by Restlet? Need a refresher course? Watch our latest screencast to learn how to use assertions, perform tests series with scenarios and automate tests with Maven and Jenkins plugins:

- February 19, 2016
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In the API community, we often hear about the “API lifecycle”. There are different variations around this concept, but it relates to the various stages and activities an API project goes through: design, development, documentation, testing, deployment, consumption, management, monitoring, promotion, versioning, retirement, etc. You’ll find cycles more design focused on the design / development […]

- February 18, 2016
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In the first part of this article, we described the basics of the form support of Angular2. In this second part, we will deal with more advanced concepts. Improving forms As you can see, the form we created in the last section can be improved to be more concise and efficient to write. Here we […]

- February 17, 2016
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Apart when working on your side projects at night, chances are that you’re not working alone on your next Web API project, so you want to collaborate on it with your colleagues. Furthermore, you want to access your project from anywhere, any computer, with the assurance that it won’t got away. That’s why we’ve introduced […]

- February 15, 2016
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