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By: | Date: April 26, 2016 | Write a comment

This screencast will show you where to go in the APISpark dashboard to create a SQL wrapper, update your database’s structure and export and test your API with DHC by Restlet. All of this in under 5 minutes! Just click Play, watch and try for yourself! Find more APISpark screencasts here.

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Categories: APISpark
By: | Date: April 25, 2016 | Write a comment

I was fortunate to speak at the Devoxx France conference on REST API design, in front of a room full of 850 developers! I’ve published the slides on Slideshare, and you can watch them below as well: The never-ending REST API design debate — Devoxx France 2016 from Restlet

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Categories: General, Restlet General
By: | Date: April 21, 2016 | Write a comment

If you speak Portuguese and are interested in learning more about Restlet, it’s your lucky day! YouTuber Maycon Rocha, from channel XDX Plus, has created two complete tutorials that show off our all-in-one API platform: APISpark. In these tutorials, Maycon creates a phonebook application using tools such as APISpark, Intel XDK, Ionic Labs and Angular JS. Enjoy! Part […]

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Categories: APISpark, Use Cases
By: | Date: April 20, 2016 | Write a comment

Originally posted on Kin Lane’s API Evangelist blog. I am spending time evaluating the evolution of the three applications offered by Restlet, as they work to bring the experience across APISpark, Restlet Studio, and DHC, into closer alignment. To describe what Restlet does in my API terminology, API Spark is an API deployment solution, Restlet […]

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Categories: DHC
By: | Date: April 19, 2016 | Write a comment

This 2-minute screencast will show you where to go in the Restlet Studio interface to download client SDKs and server skeletons. The Restlet Studio generates SDKs for Android, Java, Objective-C, AngularJS and Node.js as well as server skeletons for Java (JAX-RS), Java (Restlet) and Node.js. Just click Play, watch and try for yourself! Find more Restlet […]

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Categories: Studio, User interface
By: | Date: April 18, 2016 | 3 comments

In the previous part of the article, we dealt with the way to manage data from a RESTful service and to link requests with form elements. We now tackle global issues like request interception, error handling, security and retry. Intercepting requests The request interception feature isn’t provided out of the box by Angular2. That said, […]

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By: | Date: April 15, 2016 | Write a comment

At Restlet, we’re working on some great updates to Restlet Studio, our API designer. We’ve also published a screencast showing how to create a Web API from scratch with Studio, and another one on how to import / export API definitions with Studio. In the coming months, expect some more cool things going on in […]

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Categories: Ecosystem, General, News
By: | Date: April 14, 2016 | Write a comment

Usually, I prefer to blog about big or cool new features. But sometimes, you know, it’s the little details that make the difference. And when it’s your customers who suggest little tweaks here and there, to improve the user experience, it’s a real pleasure to make them happy, and learn from their concrete experience to […]

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Categories: DHC
By: | Date: April 13, 2016 | Write a comment

REST APIs unit testing, “try out” and functional testing now available to HP Systinet users through integration with DHC by Restlet Palo Alto, CA, April 13, 2016 – Restlet, providers of the leading API Platform as a Service and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced integration between HPE Systinet, the leading API management software, and […]

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Categories: DHC, Restlet
By: | Date: April 12, 2016 | Write a comment

This 2-minute screencast will show you where to go in the Restlet Studio interface to import and export your API definition. The Restlet Studio supports RAML (0.8) and Swagger (1.2 & 2.0) definitions. Just click Play, watch and try for yourself! You’ll see how simple it is. Find more Restlet Studio screencasts here.

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Categories: Studio, User interface