In this Vlog, we introduce you to IZ Accelerators, a product that adds value in the Design stage of your C4E lifecycle.
REST has been ruling the API industry for a long while now. One of all the reasons why REST has been so successful is that REST is highly optimized for servers.
But for a long time, we have been focussing on creating APIs which are highly optimized for servers and not clients. GraphQL lets you build APIs which are more client-centric than ever.
Out of all the concepts, best practices, and principles that are talked about an API and its design, the one that usually given the lesser importance is an API error response. A part reason for this shortcoming is that everyone is happy till the time API is working fine. So lets put little thought into how should we treat the failure of an API function.
MuleSoft has a few offerings in terms of hosting. For the purposes of this blog, I would like to class them as Cloudhub hosted or non-Cloudhub hosted.
Cloudhub provides a bursting option only for 0.1 and 0.2 vCores. The reason for this classification is to compare like for like performance between the MuleSoft Managed Cloudhub option against the non-Cloudhub hosted option, specifically in the bursting context.
Using Connected Apps, users can delegate their access to external applications without sharing their credentials. Delegated access can be revoked by the user at any point.