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Justin Karneges, CEO of Fanout, stood up in front of 50 developers at a recent API Craft meetup in San Francisco and painted a picture of a world where APIs pushed data to recipients in realtime.  In Justin’s vision, news, stock information, chat, collaborative tools, and games will all be handled with a realtime API […]

- February 20, 2015
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Happy New Year. I’ve been involved with professional API development for 15 years and have never seen more excitement in the API Economy. If you’re an API developer, congratulations. Your skills will be in high demand as businesses offer more jobs at higher salaries. If you’re new to API development, I suggest it’s time to […]

- January 14, 2015
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Nine months after release 2.2, the whole Restlet team is proud to announce Restlet Framework 2.3 and our roadmap for 3.0 ! Besides keeping the framework editions and dependencies up-to-date this version vastly enhances the framework capabilities in terms of API documentation and management beyond its initial implementation and consumption focus. This version is also the […]

- December 10, 2014
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A few days ago, we announced the general availability of APISpark, the first PaaS for APIs supporting both the full stack creation and deployment of data driven APIs, as well as the management of external APIs. We received a great feedback so far from our current users, journalists and API experts, thanks everyone! Here are some articles covering the launch:

- December 04, 2014
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The rise of API languages Over the past few years, API languages have emerged. They let you formally describe web APIs and generate useful artifacts from both an API provider and API consumer point of view. Today, the leading languages are API Blueprint, RAML, Swagger, but there is no clear winner at this stage as each tackle the problem […]

- December 03, 2014
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Today, after more than one year of development and several months of beta testing, we have released the GA version of APISpark: the first Platform as a Service dedicated to the creation and management of web APIs. The entire Restlet team is super excited about this release, and as Chief Geek, I am really proud […]

- November 18, 2014
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After the shock wave following the recent legal decision at Federal level on the Java copyright case between Oracle and Google, I decided to read the 69 pages of the court decision and extract the most interesting quotes, from a Java technologist point of view.

- May 17, 2014
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All the Restlet team is excited to share some great news today. We are announcing a large seed funding round, our company Board and new team members! Open Roots When I launched the Restlet open source project on TheServerSide in 2005 as a consultant, I didn’t know how far this could lead me, but I knew […]

- November 13, 2013
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Summer has been hot for the APISpark team. We improved the overall platform stability, fixed more than 50 issues, and added many new features. Today, we are happy to roll out a new release in production! Re-expose your backend as web APIs Today, mobile and HTML 5 applications are connected. These applications rely on a […]

- September 23, 2013
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After a big push on the APISpark front during the summer, it was time to release new versions of the Restlet Framework. 2.1 branch (stable) Since last announcement, we released both versions 2.1.3 and 2.1.4, fixing ten issues including: Security issue with JavaBeans object de-serialization mechanism, now been disabled by default HTTP status error in […]

- September 18, 2013
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