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In case you haven’t already noticed, DHC by Restlet, the super powerful API client and testing tool, received a little facelift, with a refreshed new look. What do you think about it? If you haven’t installed DHC yet, head over to the Chrome store to install it in your Chrome browser! And if you want […]

- March 17, 2016
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At our disposal, we have so many ways to interact with an API: from a mobile on iOS or Android, from a web application, or from other services or microservices. And all of them have different needs: one wants only a shallow overview of the data, while the other desires a detailed view of a […]

- March 16, 2016
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Whether you’re discovering an API or creating requests and test scenarios with DHC by Restlet, there comes a time where you want to save your work and share it with your colleagues.

- March 15, 2016
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Today is a special day, it’s Pi Day! For those who write month first then day, this is indeed the 3/14 day, like the beginning of the irrational number digits. Wikipedia explains that: The number π is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, commonly approximated as 3.14159. It has […]

- March 14, 2016
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With our recent Restlet platform roll-out, we introduced new pricing plans. And to make it easier for developers to test your API modules, we’ve launched a Free Trial, giving you access to the full-featured Team Plan! Jonathan Michaux zoomed on APISpark, on how to manage teams and API sharing. We’re really looking to hearing your […]

- March 11, 2016
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A common team across all Restlet products, including APISpark Team management is much easier with the Restlet Platform’s new collaboration capabilities. Create one team, and manage it across APISpark, DHC by Restlet and Restlet Studio. For APISpark users with Team or Scale Plans, a team will automatically be created based on the way you were […]

- March 10, 2016
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In the first part of the article, we dealt with Web API concepts. It’s now time to use them in action within the Restlet Studio. Crafting a Web API in Restlet Studio What we described in the first part of this article corresponds to the contract of a Web API, i.e. the description of how to […]

- March 09, 2016
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So, you’ve turned a series of test requests in DHC into a full-blown realistic usage scenario of your API? Great! You can run them at will manually from within DHC. Hmm… wait… Manual testing is all fine, but if you forget to run them, you won’t be able to spot a regression, or that the […]

- March 08, 2016
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A few weeks ago we implemented a new set of all-inclusive plans in the Restlet Platform, that let you benefit from premium features such as team collaboration, integration with Maven and Jenkins, custom domains, etc. The response to these new capabilities has been overwhelming, and we are very excited to see how much API developers […]

- March 07, 2016
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Designing a Web API isn’t always easy since it involves different concepts from HTTP that first need to be understood. In this article, we will provide a comprehensive description of how to design a Web API using the Restlet Studio. Let’s start by describing what these Web API concepts are. Understanding Web API concepts The […]

- March 04, 2016
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