We just launched our new version of Mashape (internally, we called it “Mashape 5”) not too long ago. In this new version, we’ve redesigned certain flows on the site which may be different from the previous version (“Mashape 4”).
Specifically, we’ve revamped the API documentation design and changed it to a new 3-column layout. To help you guys out, we’ve written up a guide on how to document and publish an API on Mashape
API providers, what are you waiting for? Documenting and publishing your API is just 3 easy steps:
Filling in the basic information to
We’re happy to announce a reduced revenue share percentage rate. Going forward monetized APIs will only be charged a 20% revenue share. With ❤.
As always, Mashape will continue to provide free support, quick distribution, analytics, auto generated code snippets, issues and reporting system, status, alerts, testing tools, collaboration and permission add-ons, and many more features.
Looking forward to our continued relationship to build together the API economy!
We had the opportunity to “email” interview Rudolf Osman, CEO of Zazler, to get his insights on the challenges facing developers when rolling out their own APIs, and the trend of APIs in general.
is a backend for web and mobile apps that saves developers from having to write server-side code. It works as a server facilitating database queries between the application’s frontend and its database.
Q: What are the circumstances where developers need to create their own API?
With web APIs the circumstances can vary a lot depending on the purpose of the API. We have experience in…
Note: Check out our latest API collections page for the list of updated APIs.
How many SMS APIs do you know about? Apparently there are a ton of them, as you can see from the list below! Hope this helps in your app development.
(Also for Australia, UK, NZ) BurstSMS web API allows you to build apps that can send and receive SMS. Use standard web languages to build applications that speak to global SMS carriers. No need to worry about complex SMPP servers or hosting SMS servers. Just…
What is API World?
is simply the largest API conference and expo – a worldwide event for thousands of developers, API providers, and entrepreneurs shaping the future of the API economy. It was created with the mission to be technology-neutral catalyst of connections, knowledge, trust and business within the developer community of API providers and consumers. If you are a coder, a startup, or an enterprise that consumes or provides multiple APIs, this is your event.
Who’s going to be at API World?
We have an elite lineup of speakers
including ProgrammableWeb founder John Musser, VMware ex-CTO and…
It’s been a while since we announced a new feature from Mashape, so we’re very excited to announce this one: Secret Parameters and Headers for API providers.
What is a Secret Parameter/Header?
A Secret Parameter or Header are fixed key-value that is added to the request coming from the Mashape proxy to the API provider. Only API providers can set these values in their API.
API providers can set secret parameters and headers
What is it useful for?
One particular useful use-case for them is where developers have to sign up for separate accounts from the API provider and Mashape
Mashape is taking part in two upcoming hackathons. We would like to thank our API partners who are offering free access or mini-prizes for the iCreate Mobility Challenge 2013 (Singapore May 17th)
and APIDays Mediterranea (Madrid, May 30)
. See bottom for the list of APIs and their offers.
For the hackathon organizers: please consolidate your participants’ Mashape IDs and send them a message in Mashape
BEFORE your hackathon. This will give them ample time to enable access to their private APIs to your participants.
If you are a Mashape API partner and interested to offer free access to your…
Stormtroopers working on Mashape updatesImage credit: https://flic.kr/p/8ueZ5r
We participated in a lot of developer events and pushed out important Mashape updates:
P.S. If you are around South Park, feel free to stop by for a…
We just released a new section in the API profile page called “Issues” that would allow developers to report an issue or open a discussion with the API owner regarding his/her API.
API Issues Section
Developers can open an API issue by navigating to “Issues” on the left-hand side panel of the API profile page, and clicking on “New Issue” button on the upper-right hand corner.
Click button to open new issue
You can then proceed to type in the Title and Description/Comment for your issue and click “Submit” when done. At this point, the API owner will see that…
This is a tutorial on how to add your API(s) to Mashape. Do note that things change quite often so if you’re reading this from the future, some things might have changed. But we’ll update this as often as we can so everyone’s on the same page (literally!).
Before we start, you would need a Mashape account. (You can skip this part if you’ve done this already). Go to http://www.mashape.com/
and click on the button in the upper-right hand section of the page that says “Join Us”. You’ll also have the option to sign up using your GitHub account.