Your API is So 2006 - MoDevEast 2011

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Architecting your API platform to meet 2011 mobile and web development standards is one of the best ways you can to enable your company to meet the demands of today’s competitive markets. Thinking …

Architecting your API platform to meet 2011 mobile and web development standards is one of the best ways you can to enable your company to meet the demands of today’s competitive markets. Thinking like a platform also helps your business prepare for disruptive forces you cannot possibly predict.

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  • 1. Your API is So 2006 Delyn Simons @delynator, @mashery #modeveast December 2011
  • 2. Accelerating Growth of APIs Based on directory of 3,900 web APIs listed at ProgrammableWeb, October 20116
  • 3. APIs since 2006
  • 4. “Think like a Platform”
  • 5. Developers change the
  • 6. Developers are 21st century craftsmen Photo Credit: flickr.com/tom_w_bn
  • 7. Developers build stuffPhoto Credit:flickr.com/mashery
  • 8. Developers solve problemsPhoto Credit:flickr.com/delynator
  • 9. Developerstinker and prototype Photo Credit: flickr.com/techcrunch
  • 10. Tools and terms of servicethey can rely on Photo Credit: © Eric Roth
  • 11. API Integration Pain Survey Survey conducted by YourTrove, Inc. August 2011
  • 12. Results Chart by ProgrammableWeb. Survey conducted byYourTrove, Inc. August 2011
  • 13. “Think like a Platform”
  • 14. Think Like a Platform1. Please Drop the SOAP2. Chat Less, Do More3. Interactive Documentation4. Drink your own Champagne5. Mainstream API Success
  • 15. Photo Credit:flickr.com/delyn
  • 16. REST vs. SOAP: Simplicity wins again Distribution of API protocols and styles Based on directory of 3,200 web APIs listed at ProgrammableWeb, May 201122
  • 17. REST vs. SOAP: Simplicity wins Distribution of API protocols and styles Based on directory of 3,200 web APIs listed at ProgrammableWeb, May 201123
  • 18. JSON Rising: 55% of new APIs support JSON Percentage of new APIs with JSON support Based on directory of 3,200 web APIs listed at ProgrammableWeb, May 201124
  • 19. 20% of new APIs support only JSON Percentage of new APIs with only JSON support Based on directory of 3,200 web APIs listed at ProgrammableWeb, May 201125
  • 20. 1 in every 5 new APIs: “goodbye XML” Percentage of APIs with XML support Based on directory of 3,200 web APIs listed at ProgrammableWeb, May 201126
  • 21. Think like a Platform1. Please Drop the SOAP2. Chat Less, Do More3. Interactive Documentation4. Drink your own Champagne5. Mainstream API Success
  • 22. Chat Less, Do More with Push Notifications
  • 23. Think like a Platform1. Please Drop the SOAP2. Chat Less, Do More3. Interactive Documentation4. Growing of internal and partner API usage5. Mainstream API Success (upside + downside)
  • 24. Think like a Platform1. Please Drop the SOAP2. Chat Less, Do More3. Interactive Documentation4. Drink your own Champagne5. Mainstream API Success
  • 25. Restructuring for Internal, Partner Growth
  • 26. Think like a Platform1. Please Drop the SOAP2. Chat Less, Do More3. Interactive Documentation4. Drink your own Champagne5. Mainstream API Success
  • 27. Mainstream Success
  • 28. APIs since 2006
  • 29. Mainstream Success – Who’s Next?
  • 30. Think like a Platform1. Please Drop the SOAP2. Chat Less, Do More3. Interactive Documentation4. Drink your own Champagne5. Mainstream API Success
  • 31. Thank you!Your feedback is a gift. Delyn Simons @delynator, @mashery #modeveast December 2011