API monitoring is the practice of gathering and evaluating data about an API's performance to spot issues that may affect users.
Day-to-day Moesif competitors are getting queued to amaze Moesif's users. Moesif offers self-service analytics for everyday use, as well as features that aid with cost-effective analytics expansion.
Improved developer experience, faster documentation, and increased API adoption are all advantages of a well-designed API. In this blog, I'll go over some RESTful API design best practices.
CORS is an HTTP header-based method that allows a server to specify any origins (domain, scheme, or port) other than its own from which a browser should allow resources to be loaded.
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is an additional layer of account security that I strongly advise everyone to set up. The Speakeasy library uses a One-Time Password(OTP) for two-factor authentication.
The RESTful web API has long been the industry standard, but in recent years, APIs based on the GraphQL Schema Definition Language has grown in popularity.
Authentication confirms that you are who you say you are, whereas authorization checks if you have permission to access a given resource. When working with REST APIs, it's important to keep security in mind from the beginning.
A log is a file that records the communications between a system and its users, or a data-gathering tool that records the type, content, and time of transactions made by a person from a system terminal. We've put up a list of some best practises for setting up logging in their applications.