Just 2 weeks to go! Grab a front-row seat at I ♥ APIs, Apigee’s first user and industry conference as our amazing line-up of business and technology experts offers an in-depth look at our digital future.
Here's the line-up for November 4-6 at historic Fort Mason on San Francisco's waterfront. See you there!
In this video we examine a simple use case and demonstrate how to use the Apigee Platform to expose a standard SAP backend and convert a JSON request into a SOAP SAP back-end request. You will see that in a matter of minutes, with no coding and taking advantage of capabilities like XSLT, you can make it possible for mobile apps to consume services from an ERP backend system.
In this video we take a look at a simple use case demonstrating how easily Apigee enables a transformation that can typically be a complex example in a Telco environment - A Telco XML/SOAP style backend (ParlayX) converted to the GSMA OneAPI. This enables carriers to create their own location or messaging APIs on top of an existing backend without having to go into the middleware layer meaning faster time to market for new services and avoids introducing instability in an operational network.
Earth Networks gathers and analyzes atmospheric observations from around the world using the world’s largest weather observation and lightning detection networks.
Andy Rosenbaum, director of development at Earth Networks - WeatherBug, discusses how the company has increased revenues and accelerated developer adoption through their API program. He explains how the company's new product, the Spark™ HTML5 Mobile Lightning Widget for app developers, taps the power of APIs to report the nearest lightning strike, minute-by-minute, based on a user’s GPS location on their smartphone.
A couple weeks ago Eventbrite launched an iPad payment card reader for event merchants to sell tickets and merchandise on-site. However, as Austin Carr from FastCompany reported in this excellent article, Eventbrite built the system in-house instead of partnering with the obvious choice, Square. Why? "Square does not have an open API," Mendelsohn says.
Apigee constantly strives to better serve the needs of developers and to that end, it’s time for us to conduct a usability review of our existing toolset.
If you have spent time making an app talk to an API, and can come by our Palo Alto offices next week, then we'd love to hear from you: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KZH96KW
We apologize for the audio problems during the actual webinar - but Henry - our amazing filmaker - did a great job of cleaning it all up for the video below.