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NPR presentation at DC API Meetup 12/13/12 by Irakli Nadareishvili

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  • 1. NPR APIIrakli NadareishviliDirector of Engineering, Digital Media, @NPRTwitter: @inadarei @NPRTechTeam
  • 2. Create Once, Publish Everywhere● Build content management systems (CMS), not web publishing tools (WPT)● Separate content from display● Ensure content modularity● Ensure content portability NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 3. Today:No Single CMS NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 4. CAPE: Create Anywhere, Publish Everywhere NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 5. Create Anywhere, Publish Everywhere● Separate content from display● Ensure content modularity● Ensure content portability● Everything is an API● Speed is a feature● API is a search index● Granular security● Design for user queries, not: data models NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 6. Everything Is an APIà la Jeff Bezos + Amazon. Do not create accessdualities. All features and content must beaccessible through an API. NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 7. Speed Is a FeatureFaster the API, the more it gets used. Slow APIs donot survive. NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 8. API: Search IndexFor a distributed publishing system, API is the dataintegration point, not: the database of record.Search engine is a great backend for such API. NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 9. Granular SecurityPublishers need control on a single content itemlevel. Sometimes: even on the level of assets of acontent item. NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 10. Design user queries,not: data modelsForget what they taught you in CS classes. UML isfor Suits. Stateless Inputs and Responses are allthat matter. NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 11. Create Anywhere, Publish Everywhere● Separate content from display● Ensure content modularity● Ensure content portability● Everything is an API● Speed is a feature● API is a search index● Granular security● Design for user queries, not: data models NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
  • 12. Questions? Irakli Nadareishvili twitter: @inadareiNATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO

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