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.
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is an important shift in network-based computing based on breaking existing physical boundaries on switches, routers, and controllers through well-defined APIs.
In this webcast, Sam Ramji and Brian Pagano discuss the evolution of SDN and emergence of software controlled networks and the programmable datacenter.
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.
In this stop on the API Design Tour, the Dell API Team talked about the approach that Dell takes to designing and implementing their API. Check out the video and slides for the webcast.
Thanks to all who participated in last week's Webcast, Bringing the App Economy to Enterprise IT in which @kevingswiber and @landlessness expanded the popular meaning of apps to explore emerging patterns of IT best practices. The video and slides are below.
Thanks to all who participated in last week's Webcast, "Applying Universal Design Principles to API Initiatives" in which Kevin Swiber (@kevingswiber) and Alan Languirand (@13protons) discussed applying universal and proven design principles and best practices to your entire API initiative. The video and slides for the session are below.
Thanks to all who participated in last week's Webcast, "OAuth 2.0: Don't Throw the Baby Out with the Bathwater."
In the wake of Eran Hammer's resignation from the OAuth 2.0 working group, @gbrail and @edanuff discussed the usability of OAuth 2.0 for your APIs, identifying problematic areas of the spec and understanding how to avoid them, and why rolling back to OAuth 1.0 or "rolling your own" is not a great idea.
The video and slides for the session are below.
There were some questions that we didn't get a chance to address during the hour so we...