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Building a C# Twitter Reader with REST API

Create a C# WPF app to read Twitter tweets and retweets via REST API with grouping related users / friends by categories.

Why Bustle Switched Their API to GraphQL

Facebook’s baby GraphQL is the hot new thing in APIs promising to topple REST from its perch. But how does a newbie go about using it and what for? And why might you not want to use it? David Iffland over at InfoQ sat down with Steve Faulkner, director of engineering at Bustle, to talk about how they adopted GraphQL and why.

A GraphQL Primer: The Evolution Of API Design (Part 2)

In Part 1 we looked at how APIs have evolved over the last few decades and how each one gave way to the next. We also talked about some of the particular drawbacks of using REST for mobile client development. In this article, I wantShow More Summary

Building a Twitter Reader with WPF and REST API

Create a C# WPF app to read Twitter tweets and retweets with grouping related users / friends by categories.

Understanding And Using REST APIs

There’s a high chance you came across the term “REST API” if you’ve thought about getting data from another source on the internet, such as Twitter or Github. But what is a REST API? What can it do for you? How do you use it? In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know about REST APIs to be able to read API documentations and use them effectively.

Coursera Dogfoods REST-to-GraphQL Translation Tool

GraphQL is the alternative to REST APIs offered by Facebook. Developers using Coursera APIs love the flexibility, type-safety and documentation that GraphQL brings. Coursera’s own developers are no less fans. But that’s not to say it was always plain sailing. Show More Summary

How a RESTful API represents resources

Formats, linking, and versioning are important in well-formed RESTful APIs. In this series of posts on RESTful API design, we started from the spec of a bike rental application and we're moving towards a fully functional API design.Show More Summary

How a RESTful API server reacts to requests

Learn how to properly design RESTful APIs communication with clients, accounting for request structure, authentication, and caching. This series of articles shows you how to derive an easy-to-use, robust, efficient API to serve users on the web or on mobile devices. Show More Summary

How to design a RESTful API architecture from a human-language spec

A process to build RESTful APIs that solve users’ needs with simplicity, reliability, and performance. Every piece of software exists to solve a real-world problem. Directly or indirectly. Most web APIs are consumed by client applications running on PCs, mobile devices, etc., which in turn are used by humans. Show More Summary

RESTyped Aims to Help Bridge the Gap Between API server and Clients

Arman Dezfuli-Arjomandi, a designer, developer, and creator of Falcross, has launched RESTyped, a specification for end-to-end typing for REST APIs with TypeScript. RESTyped was created to bridge the gap between an API server and clients. It does this by providing developers an easy way to share API request and response types between a public or private client and an API server.

Avolution Adds Enhanced API to ABACUS Toolset

Avolution, enterprise architecture software provider, has announced version 5.2 of its ABACUS tool. A key addition to the latest version is an enhanced REST API. ABACUS specializes in consolidating data from various business resources (e.g. Excel, Visio, SharePoint, etc.) for analysis, and the enhanced API streamlines ABACUS' capabilities and usefulness.

Why Developers Should Consider REST for Successful API Design

Are you looking to get the most out of your API design and set yourself up for success? Let us show you why REST is the answer to your problems. The post Why Developers Should Consider REST for Successful API Design appeared first on Mobile App Development & Design Company - Snyxius.

Announcing RTB troubleshooting resources for the DoubleClick Ad Exchange Buyer REST API

You can now access RTB Breakout metrics programmatically with new RTB troubleshooting resources added to the DoubleClick Ad Exchange Buyer REST API. These include the following: filterSets filterSets.bidMetrics filterSets.bidResponseErrors...Show More Summary

Send and Receive SMS With Java Using Nexmo

The Nexmo SMS API is a service that allows you to send and receive SMS messages anywhere in the world. Nexmo provides REST APIs, but it's much easier to use the Java client library we've written for you.

Calling Stack Exchange REST API from ASP.NET with N-Tier Architecture Style

ASP.NET app in C# that call Stack Exchange API and list set of Stack Questions based on some criteria.

Eavesdropper Bug Exposes Millions of Texts, Calls

The vulnerability was introduced when developers hard coded their credentials in mobile apps using the Twilio Rest API or SDK for communications services.

Ad Exchange Seller REST API Deprecation

The Ad Exchange Seller REST API is being deprecated as of October 26, 2017. No new API clients will be supported after this date. Existing API clients will need to migrate to the DoubleClick for Publishers API before July 26, 2018. After this date, all requests to the Ad Exchange Seller REST API will return errors. Show More Summary

5 Must Follow RESTful API Guidelines

There are certain guidelines within RESTful API design that you must follow. Make sure you know exactly what you need to do with this helpful article on RESTful API guidelines. The post 5 Must Follow RESTful API Guidelines appeared first on Mobile App Development & Design Company - Snyxius.

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