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Latest release of Restlet Studio lets teams collaborate on visual API design Palo Alto, Calif., March 31, 2016 – Restlet, providers of the leading API Platform as a Service, announced today the immediate availability of the new Restlet Studio, the first web IDE that streamlines the design of APIs, from contract definition to actual implementation. […]

- March 31, 2016
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Let’s have a sneak peek at a new feature of the Restlet Client (fka DHC) API testing tool: the ability to import a whole Swagger 2.0 API definition! Launch Restlet Client (or install it from the Chrome Web Store), and look at the new import feature, in the bottom left hand corner: Let’s pick up the […]

- March 29, 2016
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To celebrate Easter, we’ve decided to hide a small Easter egg within the Restlet website 🐣 If you find it, click on it and it will take you to a secret page, never seen before! There you should be able to see a special collection, and don’t be scared if you see the chat window popping up […]

- March 25, 2016
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Restlet is proud and happy to sponsor Mark Boyd’s new market scan white paper on API serverless architecture. Jean-Philippe Le Goff demonstrates how to test your OAuth2 secured API using DHC. Thierry Templier shows how to customize the Jackson converter of Restlet Framework. A screencast on discovering Restlet Studio, a visual IDE for designing your […]

- March 25, 2016
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Restlet is proud to sponsor this new independent research report from the API-analyst startup Platformable, written by Mark Boyd, noted API industry analyst and writer (get your free copy now!). A webinar to discuss the findings will be hosted by Restlet on Tuesday, April 5 at 11 am US Pacific Time: sign up now. A […]

- March 23, 2016
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The Restlet Framework integrates a powerful feature called converters to work on custom objects in server resources and let the framework convert them to and from text payloads. In this context, one of the most used converters is the Jackson one. The converter supports several format types like JSON, XML, YAML and Smile. Whereas most […]

- March 23, 2016
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Here at Restlet, we place a great deal of value on our users’ feedback and and strive to ensure that they receive the necessary support when they need it. With customer satisfaction at the core of our values, we recently decided to implement some changes to our support processes to meet our goal to deliver […]

- March 22, 2016
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With this post you will discover how to test an API secured with OAuth2 resource owner password flow. Going into this post we assume that you understand the concepts of OAuth2. For more information about it, please refer to https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6749. Resource owner password flow is a two-legged approach that will require two steps: A first […]

- March 21, 2016
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Curious about Restlet Studio? Watch our latest screencast to discover how to launch it and get familiar with its interface:

- March 18, 2016
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I wrote an article on InfoQ entitled “One API, many facades”, on the trends towards offering different facades for an API for each and every possible client. In this article, experience & ephemeral APIs are mentioned, and a discussion ensues on different approaches, like the Backend For Frontend pattern, the ways to customize payloads for consumers, […]

- March 18, 2016
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