Jen Mazzon introduces Developer Channel Services - a component of the Apigee API Platform. Developer Channel Services enable you to get developers up and running quickly. Make a good first impression, increase developer adoption, and build community with a complete portal that offers frictionless on-boarding and interactive API documentation.
Ed Anuff introduces App Services - a component of the Apigee API Platform. Build cutting-edge apps with social graphs, geolocation built-in activity streams, and more. Let Apigee handle the mundane data conversions, sign in/sign up, storage, server maintenance, and so on with this "Backend-as-a-Service" solution.
Anant Jhingran introduces Analytics Services - a component of the Apigee API Platform. Analytics Services offers end-to-end visibility into your API ecosystem from the API to mobile apps. Understand your customers' full context - how they use your service with partner APIs, social networks, and other products. Use Mobile Analytics to detect, diagnose and ﬁx apps running on mobile devices.
To win in the app economy, it is necessary to choose ROI criteria that drive smart decisions about digital investments. But according to an Apigee Institute survey of IT and Marketing executives, there is a wide gap between what corporate leaders believe are the best ROI metrics and what are actually used in most enterprises today. In this webcast, Bryan Kirschner and Sam Ramji took a deep dive into patterns and practices for digital ROI that drive more confident decision making and stronger results.
Four short video tutorials demonstrate how to integrate Apigee push notifications into your app - for Android Native, Apple/iOS Native, Android PhoneGap, and Apple/iOS PhoneGap.
Analytics play a crucial role in ensuring the success of API programs. But analytics to glean insights and improve an API product don't happen by accident. Are you designing for analytics? We joined Brian Pagano & Kumar Srivastava of Apigee recently for a discussion of designing for analytics.
At a recent meeting of ChicagoRuby (a group of Ruby on Rails enthusiasts in downtown Chicago), I spoke about Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS) technology. They kindly shared the following recording of our session. Check it out to hear about the BaaS platform as a powerful new class of tool that is fast becoming essential for developers, especially for mobile projects. We look at how BaaS drastically shortens mobile app implementation timelines, and why it may be your best bet to simplify and scale your apps in 2013!