The world of APIs can get a little weird. Join us on a journey down the rabbit hole.
Create well-designed REST APIs with APIkit, a set of open source Maven and Mule Studio-based tools that allow user to take a REST API designed in RAML, automatically generate backend implementation flows for it, and then run and test the API with a pre-packaged console.
How can you make sure that access to your API is protected so only clients that you trust can access them? Allow clients access to your API through the explicit authorization of end-users, and authenticate end-users with a central entity, *without* having to share credentials with your API’s clients!
While Raspberry Pi devices are pretty cool on their own adding an API makes them a lot more interesting. We’ve been playing around with Raspberry for a while now and have a small distribution of Mule, called ‘Anypoint Edge’ that happily runs on small embeddable devices like the Raspberry Pi.
“199 out of 200 applicants for every programming job can’t write code.” What’s going on? Find out what James Donelan, VP Engineering, has to say about it.
The New Year is a chance for people to make a commitment – a resolution – for their year ahead. Check out our Top 10 New Year’s Resolution APIs to help keep you on track throughout the year.
“Code is data” – Homoiconicity. This means the program structure is similar to its syntax, and therefore the program’s internal representation can be inferred by reading the text’s layout. Why does this matter?
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