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....
Every business is a digital business, and digital business ecosystems are powered by APIs. In our recent joint webcast with Accenture, Teresa Tung from Accenture and Brian Pagano of Apigee discussed the technology trends of 2013 with a focus on the API and app economy as well as insights from Accenture's latest Technology Vision. Review the video and slides here and download the Accenture Technology Vision 2013 report.
We've recently enabled Apigee accounts with Single Sign-On (SSO). SSO streamlines access to functional modules of the Apigee API platform by unifying login credentials and the authentication process. After signing in, the Dashboard can be used to navigate between the functional modules. Check the FAQ for more information.
With enterprises in every industry evolving their IT frameworks to meet the demands of new digital ecosystems and a burgeoning app economy, it's no surprise that we've received questions recently around whether it makes sense to build or buy the components of a Service Oriented Architecture layer. And the answer? Generally not. Obviously, the question of whether one should begin implementing a SOA-based architecture today depends on the particular circumstances of the company's existing technology and its business goals. This article aims to create the beginnings of a decision framework to help those currently facing this type of question.
Thanks to those who attended our recent webcast: Bending the Spoon: Successful Transition from SOA to APIs for the App Economy. Here are the video and slides. Brian Pagano and David Andrzejek discussed an approach to extending SOA with APIs to meet the demands of business in the growing app economy.
Think your work calendar is packed? Today's families have so much going on, it's a wonder that someone doesn't get left on the curb more often. Often it's not the scheduling that's the problem, but making sure the calendar gets communicated in a way that everyone is on the same page.
That's where the Nest Family Organizer can help - it's collaboration for today's busy family life. We spoke to Steve McPherson, creator of Nest and co-founder of Current Worldwide, about his experience building Nest and with Apigee's app services.