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News from the API dev world
The well-loved JSON Schema has introduced a breaking change to their next release as they move towards a stable specification. Sometimes you have to break things to improve them, and that's ok.
Google released a new open-source framework for building distributed applications called Service Weaver. The cool part is you can make it as a monolith and then deploy it as microservices. Service Weaver also helps with service-to-service communication complexities so you can focus on creating business logic, not networking. We can save the conversation about whether microservices are good for another time 😉.
I would be amiss if I didn't include this book in this week's newsletter. I have been reading this book, and it is fantastic. It is an excellent resource for anyone looking to design and build APIs. Mike Amundsen's books are pure gold; he knows his stuff.
The OpenAPI initiative has put together a registry of tools that support OpenAPI. This registry covers everything from parsers to SDKs, gateways and more.
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The latest APIs You Won't Hate book is coming along nicely! After a few years in hiatus, the book is getting an update – including 5 completely rewritten chapters and a new section on async APIs by Mike. Preorders now help support the continued development of the book and everything else we do on the site.
Seriously – how does Phil find time to write with all the tree planting he does? Learn how to find security flaws in your API by enforcing style guides on your docs or running Jest tests.
In this episode, Mike Bifulco chats with Anton Zagrebelny from Stigg. Mike and Anton cover pricing strategy for SaaS and pricing as infrastructure with Stigg.
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