Mashape Updates #11 – We’re giving you permission now
We just released the API Permission Add-on to easily add, manage and revoke user permissions to your private API.
Partnership is a wonderful thing. It’s the chance to create a more intimate relationship with another person, another team, another company. At Mashape, we’re all about working with others, and we’re building the tools to make API partnerships dead simple and collaborate with the team around private APIs.
Today we’re introducing our API Permissions add-on to encourage easier, stronger relationships between developers and their consumers.
This add-on is a game-changer for API developers that want to use the billing and analytics features of Mashape without creating a public API. Just like on Github, now you can share an API just with your team. Now, you can show it off only to certain prospective clients. Now, you can add billing features for partners without creating custom private plans.
We know you’re going to love this new feature as much as we do, so come check it out! You can locate permissions via the add-ons tab on your API management page.
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