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Announcing Swagger training & certification

Whether they’re employed internally, externally, or both, APIs are vital assets that connect systems, streamline workflows, and make every type of integration possible. In fact, beyond strengthening operational efficiency and enabling cross-system communication, APIs now serve as competitive differentiators for many organizations. 166 more words

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Helpful REST API 101 guide available online

For software developers and architects tasked with creating programmatic interfaces to their applications, there’s been a longstanding debate between utilizing the structure and standards of SOAP-based Web services versus offering the freedom and flexibility of REST APIs. 73 more words

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Uber Makes Its Delivery Service Available to Any Merchant With Some Coding Chops

Uber is the poster child for the “on-demand economy” that arose a few years ago, but it also wants to give birth to a new generation of these so-called startups—and power them. 768 more words

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Here's How One Startup Is Helping Uber Work Better for Businesses

When mobile app Teleport debuted in November, it was just a fun service that let you order an Uber ride to pick up a friend and drop them off at your location—to “teleport” them to you. 884 more words

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Introducing yakbak: Record and playback HTTP interactions in NodeJS

Did you know that the new Front End of www.flickr.com is one big Flickr API client? Writing a client for an existing API or service can be a lot of fun, but decoupling and testing that client can be quite tricky. 1,006 more words

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Oracle Wants Google To Cough Up $9.3 Billion

Oracle wants more money from Google.

The business technology giant is asking for a total of $9.3 billion from Google relating to a lengthy legal battle over software copyrights, according to a report on Monday by… 160 more words

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You Can Now Order a Lyft Ride Through Facebook Messenger

Users of Facebook Messenger have a new transportation option they can summon through the app: Lyft.

On Monday, the U.S. ride-hailing company announced it’s opening up its software for third-parties to integrate and its first such partnership is with Facebook’s Messenger app. 169 more words

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