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Developing platforms for developers - Harsha Reddy from Wayfair
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Maybe GraphQL isn't so terrible? A conversation with Marc-Andre Giroux
Recorded back in April, Matt and Phil are joined by Marc-Andre Giroux to talk about the APIs he works on at Github and his fascination of GraphQL. Marc-Andre recently released a book titled "Production Ready GraphQL" where he talks about schema design, tooling, architecture and more. We take a dive into knowing when GraphQL is the right tool for the job, versus when to use REST and talk a little about the whole quarantine thing that was happening.
Book: Production Ready GraphQL
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The API Handyman Cometh
We also talk about life in quarantine, as France completely shut down and how Phil made it back in time to England before the lock downs took place.
https://stoplight.io - Thank you so much for sponsoring us!
https://twitter.com/apihandyman - Arnaud's Twitter
https://bit.ly/designwebapis - The Design of Web APIs by Arnaud Lauret
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Design_of_Everyday_Things - The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman
http://apihandyman.io/ - Arnaud's blog
http://apistylebook.com/ - API Stylebook, a collection of API style guides
200 OK Boomer
Mike brings up Microsoft and what they are doing with their push to not only go Carbon Neutral but also Carbon Negative to make up for their past. We wonder what that will look like, and also bring up what an individual person with a developers salary can do to start helping out more since we (developers) can generally afford it over a lot of other people.
Keeping on the environment, we also take look at some things a developer can do with code to help the environment, particularly around caching and responses.
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GraphQL Monitoring and how to travel via Train
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In this episode, Phil talks about how his trip across the United States via train went. We also talk about how to monitor APIs and what is the best APM solution for monitoring GraphQL endpoints. We also talk about the progress being made by the Stoplight team with both their tooling around Async APIs and also work being done on Studio.
Article: GraphQL Performance Monitoring Is Hard
Phil's repo of companies working to help save the earthhttps://anchor.fm/apisyouwonthate/support
New OSS Open API Tooling Abound!
Huge thanks to Stoplight for sponsoring this episode! If you are looking to make your API workflow better, check them out for tools ranging from API description linting with Spectral, to API mocking with Prism, and the freshly released, free, OpenAPI-based visual editor Stoplight Studio!
APIs and Bikes Go Together Great
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