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By: | Date: December 18, 2014 | Write a comment

Move by businesses to API-first approach for mobile and multi-device development ignite open source community improvements to world’s most popular REST API framework Restlet, creators of the most widely deployed framework for APIs, today announced the general availability of Restlet Framework 2.3, their flagship open source project that is widely used by developers to create […]

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Categories: REST, Restlet, Restlet Releases
By: | Date: December 10, 2014 | Write a comment

Nine months after release 2.2, the whole Restlet team is proud to announce Restlet Framework 2.3 and our roadmap for 3.0 ! Besides keeping the framework editions and dependencies up-to-date this version vastly enhances the framework capabilities in terms of API documentation and management beyond its initial implementation and consumption focus. This version is also the […]

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Categories: Restlet Releases
By: | Date: December 09, 2014 | Write a comment

Restlet was once again a proud sponsor of the APIdays conference in Paris. Last year we were there to announce the public beta of our APISpark platform, which is now generally available, and this year we announced the availability of a new product: Restlet Studio, a lightweight IDE to design APIs. More details on this […]

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Categories: APISpark, Restlet
By: | Date: December 04, 2014 | Write a comment

Integrates Visual IDE, Open Source Framework, and Platform-as-a-Service for Web APIs Palo Alto, Calif., December 3, 2014 — Restlet, creators of the most widely deployed framework for APIs, today announced the general availability of their API platform, that consists of Restlet Studio, the world’s first browser-based IDE for APIs, APISpark, Restlet’s recently launched Platform-as-a-Service for […]

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Categories: General, Restlet Releases
By: | Date: December 04, 2014 | Write a comment

A few days ago, we announced the general availability of APISpark, the first PaaS for APIs supporting both the full stack creation and deployment of data driven APIs, as well as the management of external APIs. We received a great feedback so far from our current users, journalists and API experts, thanks everyone! Here are some articles covering the launch:

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Categories: APISpark, Restlet Releases
By: | Date: December 03, 2014 | Write a comment

The rise of API languages Over the past few years, API languages have emerged. They let you formally describe web APIs and generate useful artifacts from both an API provider and API consumer point of view. Today, the leading languages are API Blueprint, RAML, Swagger, but there is no clear winner at this stage as each tackle the problem […]

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Categories: Restlet Releases
By: | Date: November 18, 2014 | Write a comment

Today, after more than one year of development and several months of beta testing, we have released the GA version of APISpark: the first Platform as a Service dedicated to the creation and management of web APIs. The entire Restlet team is super excited about this release, and as Chief Geek, I am really proud […]

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Categories: APISpark, Restlet Releases
By: | Date: November 18, 2014 | Write a comment

New Service Enables Businesses to Become API Providers, Give Developers Access to Data in the Cloud in Minutes Palo Alto, Calif., November 18, 2014 — Restlet, creators of the most widely deployed framework for APIs, today announced the general availability of APISpark, a cloud service for developers seeking to quickly publish and manage APIs, and […]

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Categories: APISpark, Restlet Releases
By: | Date: July 09, 2014 | Write a comment

In light of all the summer festivities, sport events and buzzing bees, we recently released version Beta 2.2 of APISpark. We think that’s pretty exciting as this version includes:

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By: | Date: May 17, 2014 | Write a comment

After the shock wave following the recent legal decision at Federal level on the Java copyright case between Oracle and Google, I decided to read the 69 pages of the court decision and extract the most interesting quotes, from a Java technologist point of view.

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