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Web API Design Part Eleven: Miscellaneous

Episode 97

Our API design journey was long and adventurous, but we are getting to the end of it. This is the final installment of the series and will include all the little things I had difficulty classifying to any previous chapters, or that I have forgotten about earlier as well as some closing thoughts. If you don’t know how to name a chapter or a presentation slide with a random list of tips – you can always slip away with “miscellaneous”.


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It took a bit longer than usual, I know. Last few months I had a big project called “let’s pass another cloud certificate” and I decided to focus on that. Before we continue, with our final piece of API design thoughts and ideas, let’s briefly recap what we did up to this point.

The Road So Far

Formally, it all started ‎on Tuesday, ‎22 ‎August  ‎2017, ‏‎10:57:40 AM, according to Google Drive doc creation timestamp. I’ve created the first doc with notes, preparing to do a talk on web API design on the occasion of opening a new office of my company. I repeated this talk several times later and meanwhile decided to reforge it into a series of articles. Originally it was supposed to be three of them, but as you can see, I’m not the best at estimations. The first article was Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on June 16, 2019 in API, Technology