Our calendar of free training sessions and workshops is set for November and December, and we're excited to kick it off in San Francisco this week (11/5–11/6) at I ♥ APIs, Apigee’s first user and industry conference.
Join us in November or December in your city for a free half-day training course to learn everything you need to know to build your first mobile app — in HTML5, jQuery and PhoneGap or Native iOS.
Our July calendar is set for training workshops in four cities in North America. Join us for a free half-day training course to learn everything you need to know to build your first mobile app — in HTML5, jQuery and PhoneGap or Native iOS.
In early December hundreds of developers gathered in Amsterdam at the Kings of Code Festival 2012 to discuss the latest trends, developments, and best practices in web and mobile development technologies.
In this video from the festival, Apigee's Tim Anglade talks about the the new ways developers worldwide are building beautiful, powerful apps for web and mobile. Tim advocates for "evolving with your code", and sheds light on popular application architectures, infrastructures, and features. He explores the advent of BaaS, and why an API platform is an essential part of the developer’s toolset.
In this recent webcast, @landlessness and @kevinswiber discussed the 3-tier architecture of presentation, logic and data which power the mobile web. Behind the logic and presentation layers, the data tier is traditionally driven by relational databases. Today, with rich APIs available for developers to store application data, a traditional RDB is often not used by modern apps. This shift is causing the data tier to undergo a great amount of change and is driving change up through the logic and presentation tiers.
In this webcast, Amir Nathoo of Trigger.io and Tim Anglade of Apigee discussed the latest trends and technologies in mobile app development, the components of the new mobile stack, and the technical and business consequences of building with HTML versus native.
The web and now the mobile web have been powered by the 3-tier architecture of presentation, logic and data. With a rich set of API-powered data capabilities replacing traditional relational database management servers, the landscape for app developers is evolving to one with a lightweight presentation tier, a new set of mobile development platforms, and APIs.
Twitter seems like a very simple app on the surface. 140 characters, users following users - building an app like that should be easy, right? It is - until you start to look under the hood. A quick examination reveals that there are a number of fairly complex features that need to be implemented on the back end: user management, activity streams, support for connections (users following users), and all of this packaged up in a nice, easy-to-use API.