API Best Practices: Response Handling (Part 5)

January 30 2015

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This is part five of the API design best practices series.  

Provide Helpful Responses

Building a solid foundation to ensure the scalability and longevity of your API is crucial,

API Best Practices: Nouns, CRUD, and More (Part 3)

December 4 2014

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This is part three of the API design best practices series.

Once you have an understanding of what your API needs to be able to do in order to meet your developer’s requirements, it’s important to ensure that it remains as flexible and extendable as possible.  Taking advantage of best practices not only means that your API will be familiar to developers,

API Best Practices: Spec Driven Development (Part 2)

November 20 2014

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This is part two of the API design best practices series.

Define Your API in a Flexible, but Standard Spec

I cannot stress the importance of spec driven development enough.  One of the quickest ways to kill your API is to define the API in your code, instead of coding to its definition.

API Best Practices: Plan Your API (Part 1)

November 13 2014

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This is part one of the API design best practices series.

Understand WHY you are building an API

Perhaps the foundation of the foundation, understanding why you are building an API is a crucial step towards understanding what data/ methods your API should make accessible and how your users will utilize it.

New Series: API Design Best Practices

November 6 2014

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By now, you’ve probably already seen the image of the iceberg cross section showing just how many APIs are available out in the world. With over 13,000 public APIs available for use across the web, and hundreds of thousands more being used privately and in-house, the possibilities are endless.

The demand for flexibility and extensibility has driven the development of APIs and tools alike,

Meet a Muley – Samrah Khan, Strategic Channel Partners

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Happy Friday!

For this week’s featured Muley, we thought we’d head over to the Channel and Services Team and introduce you to Samrah Khan, Director of Strategic Channel Partners! When she’s not in the office, she’s probably out doing yoga or checking out the newest restaurants. Read on to learn about her greatest weakness, what sets her apart, and why she’s one of our favorite Muleys!

First thought that came to mind when you looked into the mirror today?

API Economy Edition – Top Integration & API Articles of the Week

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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!


Infographic: The API Economy Explained

Software is eating the world; APIs are eating software.

Meet a Muley – Nima Asrar Haghighi, Analytics Expert

February 21 2014

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Happy Friday!

This week’s Meet a Muley posts takes us over to the Digital Marketing team! As Sr Manager of Marketing and Analytics, Nima tackles MuleSoft’s analytics infrastructure as we scale. Read on to learn about why we consider him the star of all of MuleSoft’s dance-offs!

First thought that came to mind when you looked into the mirror today?

  • Who’s that good looking guy?

Ka-Pow! The Internet of Things! – Top Integration & API Articles of the Week

January 31 2014

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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!

5 hybrid IT roles your business needs to succeed in 2014

It’s clear that 2014 will be dominated by the integration of big data analytics,

Meet a Muley – Jose Sahad, Software Engineer

January 31 2014

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Happy Friday!

For this week’s Meet a Muley post, we thought we’d take advantage of José Sahad being in the SF office for the week. José comes from Buenos Aires and is Lead Developer, or in more exciting terms, a Software Engineer on the Connectors team. Read on to hear about how he ended up in engineering and his interesting quest for a cure to an all too common problem.