There’s an API for That, Even Your Mailbox

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In my role at MuleSoft, I advise federal agencies and commercial businesses in connecting their applications, data, and devices. Those conversations center around building modern Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to create new capabilities. A modern API is one that enables systems to exchange information securely using broadly adopted standards like REST and JSON.  

These days there are APIs for nearly everything, like an API for your thermostat. I can change the temperature in my house from my phone or my smartwatch using an application that interacts with my thermostat’s API.

How Unilever is embracing API transformations

Unilever is a company that houses some of the world’s largest consumer brands such as Lipton, Vaseline, and Dove. With its large and ever expanding portfolio of products, it becomes an increasingly difficult process to integrate systems across seamlessly for business needs like supply chain management and sale processes. Knowing this, Unilever during the last three years started taking steps to decommission its legacy tools while speeding up its integration processes in parallel.

Developer Spotlight: Chocolabs

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To app your life, CHOCOLABS takes an API-first approach

CHOCOLABS is one of the largest app publishers in Taiwan with over 50 iOS/Android entertainment focused apps under their belt. We recently spoke with Jerry Weng, one of their co-founders, to talk about building a team, finding a niche, and driving business growth with the right development tools.
Q – Indy | A – Jerry

Q: Who is CHOCOLABS?

Anypoint Studio January 2015 and Mule ESB 3.6 released

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As part of our API-led Anypoint Platform January 2015 launch, I’m pleased to announce the next version of our runtime and tooling, Mule ESB 3.6 and Anypoint Studio January 2015. This release helps users more quickly connect to and design APIs based on a new HTTP connector that adopts a design-first and resource-based approach, all with higher performance. The new release of Anypoint Studio also improves the design experience,

API First Development with RAML and SoapUI [Webinar]

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Tackling API development with an API first approach allows companies to focus on designing APIs to deliver business, rather than focusing on the nuts and bolts of implementing those APIs. With API first design, businesses can create an application programming interface optimized for adoption and once finalized, use a platform to rapidly implement it by connecting it to backend services.