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By: | Date: September 23, 2013 | Write a comment

Summer has been hot for the APISpark team. We improved the overall platform stability, fixed more than 50 issues, and added many new features. Today, we are happy to roll out a new release in production! Re-expose your backend as web APIs Today, mobile and HTML 5 applications are connected. These applications rely on a […]

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By: | Date: May 21, 2013 | Write a comment

Today we are rolling out a third release of APISpark beta. The previous releases are described in blog posts #1 and #2. If you want an access to the beta, please share your interest in APISpark on Twitter (@apispark). Also, you might want to read our latest “How much REST should your web API get?” […]

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Categories: APISpark, Restlet General
By: | Date: May 02, 2013 | 10 comments

There is an ongoing debate regarding the proper way to design web APIs. This is often related to the following terms: Hypermedia APIs (see this O’Reilly book) REST endpoints (see Roy T. Fielding’s tweet) REST APIs (see this  O’Reilly book and Roy T. Fielding’s blog post) RESTful Web Services (see this O’Reilly book) RESTful Web APIs (see our ‘Restlet in Action’ book) […]

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By: | Date: April 04, 2013 | Write a comment

Thanks to your feed-back, we have spent the past month improving APISpark with more stability and new features. Find below and overview of the changes available in production! We are also extending access to the public beta to even more users in the waiting list. Faster API deployment We have significantly reduced the API deployment […]

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Categories: APISpark, Restlet General
By: | Date: February 25, 2013 | Write a comment

After 2 years of R&D and following our announce of APISpark à GigaOM Mobilize last September, our team has been working intensly to complete and stabilize our public beta version. Today, we are very excited to launch it, starting with the initial list of persons who signed up to get an access to the beta. If […]

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Categories: APISpark, Restlet General
By: | Date: October 19, 2012 | 5 comments

Preface Early on, users of Restlet Framework asked for better and more complete documentation and it became clear that we needed to make serious efforts on this front. At the end of 2008, we started to look for a publisher that would support our idea of a Restlet book. When Guillaume Laforge, head of Groovy […]

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By: | Date: August 23, 2012 | Write a comment

The end of 2012 is full of exciting changes for Restlet at both the open source and the company levels, including the upcoming release of Restlet Framework 2.1.0, the printed version of ‘Restlet in Action’ book and the launch of a new product : APISpark! Restlet wins Mobilize LaunchPad Restlet is proud to be one […]

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Categories: APISpark, Restlet General
By: | Date: June 23, 2012 | Write a comment

AWS is becoming the Windows of cloud era Thanks to its disruptive and fast-paced innovations, Amazon has built a comprehensive and dominant IaaS stack that inspires all of us. It started first with virtualized machines (EC2) and large scale file storage (S3) and has completed its offering both horizontally (DynamoDB, Elastic MapReduce, ElasticSearch, IAM, etc.). […]

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Categories: Ecosystem, Restlet General
By: | Date: February 25, 2012 | 2 comments

An exciting landscape The past few months have been intense for our company as we worked behind the scenes to prepare the next stages of our development. Thanks to the continuous adoption of REST principles, the web API market is quickly maturing and offering us new opportunities. A few days ago, the ProgrammableWeb directory announced […]

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By: | Date: November 09, 2011 | 6 comments

While OSGi has been for a long time an important deployment environment for Restlet developers, including an innovative project lead by NASA JPL, we have seen a surge of interest in the recent years. The rise of REST, the addition of an Eclipse Public License option to Restlet and an increased effort from Restlet community is […]

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