Manfred (@ManfredBo) presented the API Model Canvas at the APIStrat conference on November 20, 2015, in Austin. The API Model Canvas is intended to be used to create and run successful API strategies and programs in a sustainable way.
These are the slides of my talk at APIStrat Austin about the strategies for APIs and the API Model Canvas tool for creating and running API programs. The implementation is still work in progress and will be open-sourced in Q1/2016.
DHC by Restlet is a pretty powerful and user-friendly API testing tool, and Thierry Templier published a detailed tour of DHC, to get users started. For your API documentation, APISpark now offers the ability to download API HTML documentation, thanks to the Swagger2Markup integration.
We are happy to announce the program and speakers of our next API Meetup Barcelona on November 4th. The theme of this meetup is:
Microservices and API Management
The meetup also serves as a warm-up party for the AWS Summit Barcelona, which will happen on the next day, November 5th in Montjuïc, and expecting 1000+ attendees.
Thanks to our …
Success in today’s data-oriented business environment requires being able to think about how API, Data & Analytic concepts apply to particular business problems. Data and data science can provide value in the context of Bank’s business & competitor strategy and to meet demands of customer experience. ….
“No battle plan ever survives contact with the enemy.” ― Helmuth von Moltke the Elder At NewsCorp we are very dependent on our APIs now. Three years ago this was not the case. I arrived to find a couple of aborted experiments half working in production and a willingness to do better. I had just come from a company where a great visionary mentor Kevin Dinn was passionate about APIs. I used what I had found there and applied it with some gusto at NewsCorp. I picked apart the existing APIs and then
Nice experience report “from the front” from the makers of the NewsCorp API with 20 lessons learned. All of them are good and I especially like the first one “Have a concrete end client to deliver to – this is not an intellectual exercise.”