Applications created on Mashape can be included into other apps created on the platform, but their components can be also called from the outside using our API infrastructure.
This means that a published application has its own APIs and also the client libraries
to call them using different popular technologies. For example, your app can be called from:
Native Mobile Applications
Wherever it’s required
Your app is programmable inside and outside Mashape from day 1!
You don’t have to care about building the wrappers around the APIs, it’s our job. And also, the Mashape Client libraries…
This is the era of ubiquitous computing. Around us, we are seeing the numbers of devices and services growing exponentially. Five years from now, this behavior will evolve into the essential of our lives, and today’s rate of innovation in mobile services is just about to take a quantum leap.
Our laptop’s browser is the central part to access contents and interact with it; in a couple of years, the device will be the pivotal part, just because it’s more fun and useful, thanks to features such:
phone specific functions such the camera and
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Peldi Guilizzoni giving a talk at Business of Software 2010 Conference Image credit: https://flic.kr/p/8GLvoK
Most of the times, founders think that they need VC money [mistake]. Do you really need money?
There are plenty of companies that are doing very well, without any VC money. Depends on what you wanna do, depends on what is your REAL vision of your company, etc. We see numerous companies happy during angel and VC rounds (including us), but who knows that this is the most valuable road on a long term?
It’s about 1 year that I wanna make a post in honor…
I want to share with you this wonderful presentation by Drew Houston on “Dropbox – Startup Lessons Learned
Since they have created one of the coolest service on the web, Drew and his team were amazing to scale their growth from a couple of thousands to millions of users, while keeping their startup LEAN. I think that the most important slide is the number 10 – “Learn early, learn often”
We’re very excited to announce our First Angel Round funding. Almost all startups have to pass over this step. So there is nothing surprising with that. But our story till now wasn’t so easy. Most of the time Americans don’t understand how harder is to achieve the same milestones if you are outside of this world, than in the USA, if you are just a little guy with a big dream 7000 miles away from San Francisco. You have to get into the network when nobody knows you. We grew up in Italy; it’s not the kind of…