While it’s hard to predict how quickly API adoption will progress, many estimates already indicate there are as many as 50-100,000 APIs out on the web in various forms – many times the number declared as public in directories such as ProgrammableWeb.
With the latest release of JBoss EAP 6.1.0.Beta, it was time to overhaul my existing demo projects and here you will find the results. Previously I had updated this project to JBoss EAP 6.0.
These people (vultures!) who take and take with no giving back, who are called “customers” in other companies, by the way, and who often have perfectly reasonable requests of the vendors from whom they get their software, because if they had time to build it themselves, they wouldn’t need to download your stuff.
See the progression of events from beginning as a startup with an app to becoming a platform with an API and having developers as your customers.
Earlier this year MuleSoft completed our second annual SaaS Vendor survey with our research partner THINKstrategies. The goal was to quantify the importance and impact of integration on the business execution by leading SaaS providers.
I'm happy to announce the very first release of my latest Erlang open source project, jerg, a JSON Schema to Erlang Records Generator.
Your system is probably sending some emails. Sometimes these emails contain links to the public part of the site, sometimes they have links to the authentication-protected part
This blog post is a summary of the most noticeable new features and improvements in Camel 2.11. For example there is camel-cmis which allows to integrate with content management systems, such as Alfresco, or any of the systems supported by Apache Chemistry, which is what we use in camel-cmis.
Tomcat, Glassfish, WebSphere, and.... WildFly? Get used to the new name of the JBoss application server. It's changed, and it ain't never changin' back!
In this video from NEScala, Chris League will investigate the facilities in various languages for higher-order programming-in-the-large. Scala developers often borrow from Haskell, but what more can we learn from the ML family?
I am excited to share the news that MuleSoft has acquired ProgrammableWeb. This combination brings together the world’s most widely used integration platform with the world’s most authoritative voice and community for APIs.
Some time ago(actually quite a long time ago now) I was playing with CMIS using Apache Chemistry, Camel, Talend… and created a camel-cmis connector. And recently this component reached camel trunk, so here are some example how it can be used.
Traditional corporate structure is dissolving into flexible value-webs of business participants. The business participants dynamically band together on a project, disperse, and reform around new business opportunities.
Two videos on Using Salesforce API Plug-in in Appery.io and Connecting to Salesforce API to display contact list in a mobile app
Paul Bakker goes over modularity and Java EE 7 in this short video from JavaOne Russia.
In a previous post, I wrote about how you'd configure the Axway/Vordel API Server to connectout to APIs using either HTTP 1.0 or 1.1. But, what if you wanted to force the API Server to receive API calls using either HTTP 1.0 or 1.1?
I've created an application that displays twitter images related to the Olympics in real time. It listens for tweets containing images, filters out duplicates, and sends the images to the browser using websockets every 5 seconds.
Learn about the Great Simplification Architecture, instead of creating abstract towers of babel, we will see how we can create agile, maintainable and easy to work with architectures and systems that allow you to just go in and start working.
Swizec Teller builds a low frequency bitcoin trading bot in Haskell. The first order of buisness - to write a REST client. This is going to be fun.
The Spring family of projects have long been some of the most important tools in the enterprise Java developer's toolkit. Very often though, Spring is characterized as being too dependent on XML-based configuration.
To develop the new API, we have used the Zend framework (as for the website) but we made a sub-framework specifically for the API to make it easier to change.
Consider the following scenario: Assume there is a workflow system in which 4 tasks have to be performed in the given order so as to successfully complete the workflow. Some of the tasks out of the 4 tasks can be customised by different workflow system implementation.
Pursuing service based systematic reuse or business process development? Then, these five practices will help your teams achieve increased level of service reuse.
EAV is a way to model relatively free-form data in such a way as to dispense with the need for extremely complex, long tables for specifying sparse data. A typical EAV approach has three basic tables representing entity data, attributes, and value data.
Just yesterday, Christopher Taylor wrote that "API Companies Are Hot Right Now" . Today it seems that there's more evidence confirming his view.