Ali Kheyrollahi elaborates on the Client-Server tenet of REST which focuses on separation of concerns and responsibilities between the client and the server.
Mark Walkholm discusses best practices around APIs and looks at some concepts around providing different ways for users to interact with a product to get the most from it.
Shiva Narayanaswamy discusses event driven architectures, serverless architectures, identity management and security related to building APIs in the cloud.
Swagger is a simple but powerful representation of RESTful APIs. This talk gives an introduction to API creation using the Swagger Editor, and creating a REST service using swagger-codegen.
Vivian Chandra outlines the benefits of an API they created including how it has helped them automate part of their CRM process and protected them from changes of the CRM system.
Christian Tzolov shows different integration approaches between HAWQ and GemFire, showing using Spring XD to ingest GemFire data into HDFS and using Spring Boot to implement a RESTful proxy for HAWQ.
Marko Vuksanovic walks through HTTP security mechanisms, and how to transfer and store sensitive data.
Roy Clarkson and Greg Turnquist discuss using Spring Data REST to build a back-end for a startup, exemplifying with Spring-A-Gram, an app built with Spring Data REST and secured by Spring Security.
Nick MacDonald discusses a project’s transformation using hypermedia APIs, which has provided them with a simplified backbone to evolve internally and across boundaries.
Simon Ferguson describes how MBIE is using APIs, initiatives that are underway to increase use of APIs, and the considerations that are involved with providing governmental services as APIs.
Owen Rubel talks about IO state that can be shared, cached, synced and reloaded on the fly for all architectural instances without having to restart any instance.
Marc Danneels tells a story on how ASB started using APIs and the lessons learned along the way, covering ASB’s plans to continue extending the API environment externally.