36616 2016: The Year in Review
34996 Microservices Done Right
34006 Completeness of Vision
31526 Guts, Glory, and APIs
30796 Apigee to Join Google
26341 APIs Aren't Enough
25386 Thank you . . .
20216 Monopoly Goes Cashless
19796 Nissan Leaf's Naked APIs
18971 Yes, APIs Are That Big
18376 Modernize SOA with APIs
18321 Go Small or Go Home
17001 Apigee Edge Microgateway
15766 Microservices at Amazon
14936 API Management isn't SOA
14801 Why Telstra Loves APIs
14786 Why Web APIs Won
13721 Swagger's Future
13576 Demo: Apigee Edge
12506 API Mistakes to Avoid
12426 In Search of CDOs
11956 store locator webcast
12196 The API Facade: Overview
11681 Managing Big Data
12026 Data Analytics & APIs
12206 The Anatomy of Apps
New eBook: Design, delivery, and everything...
by Sai Koppala Jan 05, 2017
As businesses evolve into digital businesses, the technology stack is advancing, too. Enterprise application architectures are evolving from integration-centric enterprise service bus (ESB) architectures to... Read more
You're tasked with designing, building, securing, and delivering APIs and new services at a furious pace. But do you know what a well managed, efficient API lifecycle looks like? Check out this set of best practices built from lessons learned through hundreds of engagements with customers - from the Fortune 100 to the disruptive startups - engaged in API initiatives.
New eBook: Best practices in web API design
by Madison Jacobs Dec 06, 2016
Attention all API developers—API design matters! It's important to think about design choices from the application developers point of view. Why? Because the app developer is the consumer of your web... Read more
Our latest eBook on API design is a comprehensive collection of the web API design best practices used by some of the world’s leading API teams.
The communications API provider’s Matt Makai...
by Olaf Domis Nov 30, 2016
Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson refers to the communications API provider he co-founded in 2008 as a “third-wave company”—one launched in the era of the platform. Companies like Twilio, which provides messaging... Read more
Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson refers to the communications API provider he co-founded in 2008 as a “third-wave company”—one launched in the era of the platform. Companies like Twilio, which provides messaging and voice APIs, create the building blocks to help others build new digital experiences for their customers.Twilio’s focus is on telecom services, but it's whole existence revolves around the developer. It’s a company built for developers, by developers. In fact, new hires are required to build a Twilio app as a rite of passage (it also includes the receipt of the trademark red Twilio sweatshirt).So Twilio knows a thing or two about marketing to app builders. We recently spoke with Twilio developer evangelist Matt Makai about building APIs developers love, the pros and cons of hackathons, and some of the cool things Twilio does.
Reflections on the growth of the platform...
by Michael Rasalan, Evans Data Corp. Sep 23, 2016
Nobody can get too far without encountering the word “platform” these days. This is particularly so for anybody involved in technology, and it is increasingly so for other kinds of businesses. For people in... Read more
Whether businesses are already in tech or are just exploring the digital side, one of the challenges is to find and reach developers who can help populate their platforms and drive their ecosystems.
by Ismail Elshareef, Ticketmaster Aug 19, 2016
As vice president of open platform and innovation at Ticketmaster, Ismail Elshareef has been working on opening up the API capabilities of the company to the world to support internal and external entrepreneurs who... Read more
Register now for Tickemaster's DevJam at Apigee HQ.
by Olaf Domis Aug 08, 2016
Autodesk is transforming its services architecture to lightweight microservices using a combination of Amazon Web Services and Apigee. In this webcast replay, Autodesk technologist Alan Williams and AWS solution... Read more
In this webcast replay, Autodesk technologist Alan Williams and AWS solution architect Asha Chakrabarty discuss real-world microservices examples.
by Olaf Domis Aug 02, 2016
Uber aims to make transportation as ubiquitous and reliable as running water. One way the company has done this is by opening its APIs to developers. Join Chris Messina, Uber's developer experience lead, Alexander... Read more
Learn how partners use Uber's technology to drive innovation in their own businesses.