Here’s our weekly roundup of the top 5 integration and API articles of the week. Take a look, let us know if we missed any, and share your thoughts in the comments. Don’t forget to follow @MuleSoft to stay up-to-date on integration & APIs!
Join Uri Sarid, CTO of MuleSoft this Thursday, January 30th as he reveals the secrets of a great API.
Much like a great UI is designed for optimal user experience, a great API is designed for optimal consumer experience. But what defines great consumer experience? And how can you deliver it consistently in every API you develop? In this session we’ll cover these topics in-depth and demonstrate best practices for developing great APIs through collaboration.
With all the hype around APIs this week, we thought we’d chat with Dillon Compton, Product Manager for API Platform and Tools. Read on to learn about his transition from engineering to product marketing, his award-winning grocery bagging skills, and the challenges he faces here at MuleSoft.
First thought that came to mind when you looked into the mirror today?
Here on the blog, we’ve been talking a great deal about APIs and the importance of designing, publishing, and managing them. You’ve heard about RAML and APIkit, and you’ve heard about RAML and APIkit working together to help design and implement better APIs.
APIs are causing a huge technology disruption. Developers armed with APIs are changing the enterprise IT landscape. The tech world is being turned upside down as developer API access is changing banking platforms, airline systems, e-commerce platforms and much more.
James Donelan, VP Engineering, discusses the impact of APIs on product development, competition, and how we approach software engineering in his article,
With the launch of APIhub.com, acquisition of ProgrammableWeb and launch of the RAML spec we co-developed with Box, LinkedIn, Intuit and others – we are investing heavily in the API space to help developers take part in the API economy. APIs are unlocking massive business value and customers are turning to us more and more to help make their API vision a reality.
Groundhog Day is the annual holiday where the nation gathers around their TV to watch a hilarious Bill Murray film. And while I have confirmed this is not the actual reason for the holiday, I submit that it should be. As that legislation gains traction, here are some APIs for Groundhog Day as it is celebrated currently.
Shadowbox API Groundhog Day is a holiday to determine whether spring is on the way,
The massive growth of APIs and SaaS applications has created a need to integrate anything, anywhere. This integration wave presents unique challenges for organizations looking to integrate both in the cloud and on-premise. Join Ross Mason, Founder & CTO of MuleSoft, as he discusses the emerging hybrid architectures designed to manage this challenge.
True to our goal of simplifying the configuration of Mule, we will be adding the capacity to programmatically configure Mule 3 in the coming releases.
With configuration patterns aiming at reducing the amount of XML configuration and a new IDE in the works for graphically configuring Mule, the third angle we wanted to take on simplification was the creation of an API fluent enough that it becomes possible to configure Mule with your favorite JVM language.
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