Introducing Aurora Serverless V2 — Relational Database APIs On Steroids | by Michael Fahim | Jun, 2022

A first look at Aurora Serverless V2 AWS has finally released the long-overdue Aurora Serverless v2! The latest and greatest on-demand relational database to rule them all. This database is a great match for highly unpredictable workloads that require a rapid ramp-upand & down. There are two main reasons why I’ve decided to use Aurora … Read more

Using JavaScript to Fetch Data With APIs | by Andrew Stahl | Jun, 2022

Great beginner guide to APIs with an easy-to-follow real-world project. Title Image; Today’s Topic: Fetch Requests with API Agenda Introduction to APIs Introduction to fetch requests Overview of a project that leverages this functionality: a single-page application that produces a date for any US holiday and grabs a fact for that date in history. What … Read more

Through iOS 16 APIs, Apple Lays the Foundation For Mixed Reality Development | by Anupam Chugh | Jun, 2022

Without saying that word, Apple is preparing developers to build apps for its much-awaited AR/VR device Source: Apple When Apple’s WWDC 2022 keynote kickstarted, the world eagerly awaits some announcements regarding the much-talked-about mixed reality headset. At the very least, a toolkit analogous to M1’s DTK for developers was expected. More so, since there were … Read more

Build Super Fast gRPC APIs With Go and Java with Example

[gRPC] FieldMask — only request for needed data gRPC with Java Server (Client) and Go Client Example with FieldMask gRPC is not Google Remote Procedure Call 😀 gRPC stands for gRPC Remote Procedure Call and was initally developed by Google. It is an open-source, high-performance remote procedure call (RPC) framework that can run anywhere. It … Read more

Working with Salesforce APIs? Of CORS!

The fundamental capabilities of the internet can be boiled down to one simple interaction: a call and a response. One machine (the client) sends requests to another machine (the server), which responds with a reply. This back-and-forth request-and-response cycle is how every phone, television, smart fridge, or computer sends and receives data. However, there are … Read more

Scaling Kafka Ingestion Using REST APIs in Rust | by Shanmukh Sista | Jun, 2022

High throughput data ingestion system This article is all about working with Kafka and Rust. As an idea, I’m trying to build a data ingestion service that accepts Semi Structured Json Payloads and publishes them to Kafka. More specifically I want to hit the theoretical max for an ingestion service that works with Kafka as … Read more

5 More Free Public APIs You Should Try | by Tate Galbraith | Jun, 2022

Whether you’re tinkering with a toy app or creating the next big SaaS product, using public APIs is a common building block. You might need financial information, sports stats or even just the weather. Leveraging the vast array of information at your disposal saves you the hassle of reinventing the wheel. In this article we’ll … Read more

Use logging and DI in minimal APIs in ASP.NET Core 6

ASP.NET Core 6 introduces a simplified hosting model that can be used to implement lightweight APIs with minimal dependencies. These minimal APIs reduce the boilerplate code you need to write to get your ASP.NET Core 6 applications up and running. We discussed how to get started with minimal APIs in an earlier article. In this … Read more

SOAP APIs Aren’t Scary: What You Should Know Before You Build a SOAP Integration

Building your first integration with a SOAP-based API can be daunting. Recently, I’ve helped several companies integrate their apps with third-party apps and services that use SOAP-based APIs. For developers with SOAP experience, the integrations were a breeze. But for the uninitiated, SOAP has a pretty steep learning curve and throws a lot of new … Read more

APIs Outside, Events Inside – DZone Integration

This is an article from DZone’s 2022 Enterprise Application Integration Trend Report. For more: Read the Report In the echo chambers of application development, we constantly hear the mantra “API-first,” but this slogan has a fundamental flaw: the APIs should typically be the last choice when building a distributed application. The correct war cry ought … Read more