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This Fortnight in APIs, Release XI

By Ashley Waxman on .

This post is the eleventh in a series that collects news stories, helpful tools and useful blog posts from the previous two weeks and is curated lovingly by the Runscope Developer Relations team. The topics span APIs, microservices, developer tools, best practices, funny observations and more.

If you operate a CI/CD process, you’re likely making multiple commits a day. But how much thought do you put into your commit message? In the article The Art of the Commit, David Demaree explains what goes into a good commit message, and...

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This Fortnight in APIs, Release X

By Ashley Waxman on .

This post is the tenth in a series that collects news stories, helpful tools and useful blog posts from the previous two weeks and is curated lovingly by the Runscope Developer Relations team. The topics span APIs, microservices, developer tools...

It’s not uncommon these days to see product releases accompanied by a fresh new API as part of the package. This week, Uber announced the availability of the UberRUSH API, which allows developers to...

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This Fortnight in APIs, Release IX

By Ashley Waxman on .

This post is the ninth in a series that collects news stories, helpful tools and useful blog posts from the previous two weeks and is curated lovingly by the Runscope Developer Relations team. The topics span APIs, microservices, developer tools, best practices, funny observations and more.

Building your app on a microservices architecture style is no small feat. Developing, deploying and orchestrating dozens of moving parts can introduce a lot of complexity and migraines. But before you full throttle reverse back to monolith, learn how to build incredibly scalable and resilient microservices without the operational overhead using AWS Lambda and API Gateway. In his article From Monolith to Microservices, Part 1: AWS Lambda and API Gateway, Tom Bray teaches us how to...

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This Fortnight in APIs, Release VIII

By Ashley Waxman on .

This post is the eighth in a series that collects news stories, helpful tools and useful blog posts from the previous two weeks and is curated lovingly by the Runscope Developer Relations team. The topics span APIs, microservices, developer tools, best practices, funny observations and more. This post is also our final Fortnight of this year. Thank you for giving us such great stories to share, and get excited for more Fortnight in 2016!

We’ve largely moved away from running bare metal servers in the data center to virtual servers in the cloud. The same can be said of migrating disk, SAN and NAS storage into virtual volumes in the cloud. The team from Teletext.io chronicles how they’ve built their startup entirely on AWS, taking virtualization to the next level and...

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This Fortnight in APIs, Release VII

By Ashley Waxman on .

This post is the seventh in a series that collects news stories, helpful tools and useful blog posts from the previous two weeks and is curated lovingly by the Runscope Developer Relations team. The topics span APIs, microservices, developer tools, best practices, funny observations and more.

Last month at APIStrat in Austin, Texas, we had a great time coming together with the API community to get into the nitty gritty about problems we all face and creative ways to solve them. This recap from Desiree Schillinger is a pretty comprehensive analysis of 6 tips for developer marketing that go from API documentation on the front-end to...

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This Fortnight in APIs, Release VI

By Ashley Waxman on .

This post is the sixth in a series that collects news stories from the previous two weeks and is curated lovingly by the Runscope Developer Relations team. The topics span APIs, microservices, developer tools, best practices, funny observations and more.

For many of us, APIs are a ubiquitous no-brainer to include in our infrastructure for both business and technology benefits, like speed and agility. Outside of our API bubble, the conversation around APIs has changed significantly over the past few years, as reviewed by Mark Boyd in The Importance of APIs in the Container Age. Boyd interviews several API practitioners to explore how APIs have become...

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