The Riot Games API: Transforms

Hello all, Leigh Estes, aka RiotSchmick, here. I’m a software engineer at Riot Games working on the Riot Developer Experience team. Our responsibilities include providing the edge infrastructure that supports both internal and external developers. I previously wrote a series on the infrastructure that supports our public API product. I’m excited to revisit this series […]

Open Banking

Anca Zaharia and Jason Maude focus on the successes and pitfalls Starling Bank encountered in building Open Banking. They cover topics such as the OAuth security flow, the permissions-controlled API, obtaining permissions for third party actions, and verifying payees between banks. Source: infoq

I’m Not A Robot!

There is no one way to secure your API that fits all situations. But, you can learn the schemes, study how the biggest social networks are dealing with it and find out the industry standard; then apply it to your project in the way you see fit. At the end of this article, you’ll have […]

Netflix Play API: Building an Evolutionary Architecture

At QCon SF, Suudhan Rangarajan presented ‘Netflix Play API: Why We Built an Evolutionary Architecture’. Key takeaways from the talk included: services that have a single identity/responsibility are easier to maintain and upgrade; engineers should spend time identifying core decisions that need to be made when building a service, and determine whether these are ‘Type […]