Our previous discussions about API design, which are covered in Web API Design, centered on URL design and we hinted about versioning, errors, and client considerations. Recently, we also outlined an API modeling strategy that’s easy to use. Now we’ll discuss the security measures that you can use to surround your API.
We did a third edition of our webcast on API design, where we drew upon the discussions and implementations with hundreds of crafters and technologists, which helped shape our API design thinking in the twelve months since the previous edition of RESTful API Design. Grounded in the premise that the design of an API communicates how app developers will use it and that the API is an extension of a brand, one of the first topics we tackled in the webcast was API modeling.
We've updated the Usergrid / App Services Node Module to version 0.10.5: https://npmjs.org/package/
- New class and methods for Groups
- New serialization / restore methods for entities and collections
- New function for getting user feed
- New function for creating user activities with an associated user entity
- New public facing helper method for signing up users
- Various bug fixes
Calorie Count's app is a free health and wellness tool that allows mobile users to search and log nutritional data for over 300K foods, popular exercises and healthy recipes, as well as track their weight loss, all while on the go on your mobile devices. The Calorie Count app is an extension to CalorieCount.com, an award-winning free online health and wellness service with almost 5.6 million members.
We asked Igor Lenovic, VP at About.com about his experience analyzing the Calorie Count mobile app behavior and performance using Apigee Mobile Analytics.
In this recent webcast Ben Whaley and Alan Ho discussed the latest thinking in DevOps and how great DevOps helps tune performance, improve stability, and meet the new operational challenges of battery life, disparate OSs and versions, Apple & Google duopoly, and more presented by mobile apps. Check out the video and slides to learn how to operate your mobile apps so that they successfully engage users and build a 5-star reputation.
Want to build a store locator app using HTML5 and Adobe PhoneGap, incorporate geolocation and context-aware app features, and deploy it easily with Apigee? We just uploaded the video recording for @timanglade's popular webcast Build a Store Locator App with HTML5, PhoneGap & an API-based Backend. The video and audio recordings, the final code, and the finished app are all available....