It is with a great pleasure that we introduce Mockbin
, service to help developers mock, test, and track HTTP calls with ease!
As maintainers of the popular Unirest HTTP Library
and Mashape API marketplace
supporting more than 10,000 APIs, we’re always testing against edge cases, and a variety of HTTP calls. Instead of relying on a random collection of services and tools to test different capabilities of an HTTP client and debug API requests, we created Mockbin in order to streamline our code and test with just a single source with guaranteed results, all while being able to…
Users of the Mashape Marketplace
enjoy access to automatically generated code snippets for every API listed in the market.
Today, we’re sharing the love with everyone: Announcing APIembed.com
a free service to auto-generate embeddable code snippets in many programming languages for your website, blog or API documentation.
We’re starting with a number of languages/cli tools including: cURL, Go, Java, Python, HTTPie, Node.js, Objective-C, OCaml, PHP, Wget,
with more to come as we expand the service.
The service is open-source
, so you can contribute your favorite programming language as well. We’d love to hear your feedback and suggestions!
We have made it easier to consume multiple APIs in one unified experience through Applications for API Consumers.
are basically a container where you group all the APIs you’re consuming to get a quick overview, and control them all.
With “Applications”, you can:
Manage And Monitor All Your Consumed APIs From A Simple Dashboard
Track Volume, Latency or Error Rates In A Snap
Issue, And Re-Generate API Keys
Move From Testing To Production Environments
Group all the APIs you’re consuming in one application to get a quick overview, and control them all.…
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Everyone is building APIs these days. Most new apps/services have some kind of API, and almost every app uses at least one API. I was hacking on a project a couple of years back, and I remember one of the developers on the project mentioning that we should have an API. At that time, I thought he was crazy. We have not even launched the product, why would anyone want to use our API, let alone our App? Our app eventually failed, mostly the fault of ourselves. We out grew it, moved on to bigger and better ventures, but looking…
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Yes. We’re looking for our first developer evangelist who will spread our voice beyond the boundaries of mankind.
You should know how to code. A specific programming language is not necessary in this case, but an overall understanding of machines, code and APIs is required.
You will organize and attend hackathons – you should have strong communication skills. You will inspire developers, generate content from blog posts to tweets. You should have a natural affection in helping people. You decide which conferences/summits will need to be sponsored, seed the base for monthly meet-ups around US,…
We’re doing a friendly hackathon today, at our hacker house (South Park), the Mashape Lair. Come visit us armed with your laptop! Bring friends and hack on whatever you want.
We start at around 6pm, and see how far we can go 😉
We provide free food (burgers and italian pasta) and beer. Yes, you can sleep here, we have plenty of space!
We’re at 433 Bryant St. See you!
Ping us email@example.com
if you have any questions!
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Dear developers (API providers),
Please stop fucking up your public APIs.
Every week there is an API that is changing, being shut down, or malfunctioning. If this trend continues, we lose trust in using third party services via APIs, and we’ll just go back to the old way, and reinvent the wheel by ourself.
Reliability and trust are the most important things for this ecosystem. We’re seeing an explosion of public APIs, so the trend is strong, but still fragile.
“Next time someone asks me why I keep reinventing the wheel, it’s because the wheel does not…
It’s incredible how things change fast nowadays. Just a year ago, our IE users were around 14%, but during the last period, it went down to almost 5%. Firefox was dominating the scene, while Chrome is now the #1 with over more than 50% of our traffic. What’s interesting is that the usage of Chrome amongst the Mashape
community is increasing month over month.
Visitor Browser Breakdown
May 2011 Visitor browser breakdown
May 2012 Visitor browser breakdown
Which browser do you use? 🙂…
The Enlighten API
is created by Thinkudo Labs and allows text analytics and other functionality for companies to create their own social monitoring dashboard.
Enlighten API on Mashape
The API is available with three different pricing plans:
Pricing plans for Enlighten API
was founded in 2012, by a team of developers coming out from SkyScanner and Hewlett-Packard.
If you want to hack on it, just sign up with Mashape using the coupon “thinkudo
Happy coding 😉…