In this second episode of a four part series about Essential API Facade design patterns, Santanu Dey discusses Session Management and how it can enable API teams and app developers.
Inside nearly every company is an API Machine, a powerful engine that activates latent business value from enterprise systems and databases by plugging directly into the app economy.
Now is the time for companies to turn on the API machine. So, what's important? How do we learn from and avoid the now obvious mistakes that API pioneers have made in the past? How do we create an API initiative that maximizes impact and relevance? We'll review the key patterns for success: Easy Grab Data Handles, . . .
API facade is an important design pattern in an API designer's toolbox and a powerful tool for app developers who need to work with APIs they don't control. In this first episode of a four part series, Brian Mulloy and Santanu Dey discuss the Composition pattern and how it handles data formats, performance, security, and more to enable mash ups and service compositions.
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