The additional API integrations expand the functionality of your application tremendously. But amidst all this, are we missing out on something important?
This tutorial explains the CRUD actions and the status codes you should employ for a clean API design.
In this article, we'll discuss the definitions of API observability and API monitoring as well as how API observability is better than API monitoring.
In this post, we'll examine what API observability is, how it compensates for the shortcomings of traditional API monitoring, and how it even has positive effects on user experience and marketing.
With so many different API gateway providers on the market, how do you choose the best one for your needs? Take a look at this guide before choosing one.
Tracking the appropriate API metrics is essential for anyone creating and using APIs. We'll go through the most important API metrics in this article.
Fetch() support is now available in Node.js as an experimental core feature. This article examines the fetch() API and explains why it is a useful addition that you ought to use.
Applications are processed by a web server using Web APIs. Despite the fact that not all web services are APIs, not all APIs are web services.
GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a runtime for answering those queries with already-existing data. There are various locations where we can monitor GraphQL API based on our architecture.