Our Mobile Training series finally comes to the San Francisco Bay Area, after a successful run through the US and Europe, and hundreds of satisfied attendees! If you want to learn everything you need to know to build a mobile app from scratch, using HTML5, PhoneGap, jQuery and Apigee — for FREE — then join us on Thursday April 4 in downtown San Francisco! http://apigee-sf-2013.
In my previous post, I examined the evolution of Internet systems' complexity and business models. We looked at how commonly used software applications have grown more and more complex and the things that people and companies are doing with the Internet today are qualitatively different than they were a decade ago.
This time – how the Internet backplane model is changing to support these new usage and business models.
In my previous blog post, I introduced the notion of the Visible Internet (today’s app economy), and the Invisible Internet (the structural and management patterns that make the visible Internet possible). The Internet has revolutionized and transformed business, commerce, and culture and the changes in the Invisible Internet to support all this are no less revolutionary. Let’s take a closer look at the evolution of Internet systems' complexity and other drivers of Internet transformation.
You don’t have to look very far in the technology or popular press to see how the app economy is shaping our world. From studies that credit the app economy with creating more than half a million jobs in the past 5 years of an otherwise sluggish economy – to the effects of the app economy on just about all areas of our lives – the app economy is without doubt the driving force of the first decade of the 21st century. In a short series of blog posts, we'll look at the changing structure of the Internet backplane to support the new app economy.
Thanks to those who joined and coded along during this week's webcast. @timanglade demonstrated how to build a store locator app using HTML5 and Adobe PhoneGap, incorporating geolocation and context-aware app features, and deploying easily with Apigee. The recorded webcast, the final code and the finished app are now available.
Enterprises are adopting API strategies to open up access to their back-end systems enabling developers to innovate and build web and mobile apps. Today's economy is exploding with business being done via apps, and as a result more and more transactions flow from end users and developers to enterprises.
Analytics plays a critical role in the success of an enterprise's API program. Using Apigee Analytics, Apigee Enterprise customers and their developers get visibility into their APIs, apps, and developer traffic. In our latest release, you can access a new "Traffic Composition" report right on the Apigee Enterprise User Interface (no setup required!).
We are pleased to announce the Apigee Advisory Board. The advisory board is comprised of a select group of recognized leaders and visionaries in a range of industries, including retail, banking and finance, telecommunications, automotive, and media. They will provide invaluable global and industry-specific insight into how businesses are increasingly using APIs, apps, and data to accelerate innovation, create new efficiencies, and expand customer reach.