API Security Trooper Credits: https://flic.kr/p/fJEXeX
It is not uncommon to see APIs being served using the “http://” protocol and it’s sad, real sad. So sad that every time I see it, I feel like crying.
I remember going to a hackathon few months ago and the idea of a location based Tinder-like app for LinkedIn popped. The question of whether we would let people sniff data flowing through the ether was raised almost immediately. What if people could tap into your stream over insecure WiFi? The decision was easy. We would implement a secure layer which we would allow the…
UPDATE (Oct 28, 2013): The post below is already outdated. To consume Mashape APIs through node.js, we recommend that you use Unirest for node.js
UPDATE (Feb 27, 2013): Please note that we have improved the way authentication keys are handled in Mashape. The header value below will be replaced by either the new Testing or Production Keys. Read this post to learn more.
Hi guys, here’s a short example on how you can call APIs in Mashape through Node.js / REST. It’s pretty straightforward. You just need to remember that you need to make a secure call using https://,…
Stormtroopers working on Mashape updatesImage credit: https://flic.kr/p/8ueZ5r
Since the last update, we’ve released some exciting features!
Python, Objective-C and Java client libraries
You can now consume any component in your preferred language. Along with PHP and Ruby, we now support five auto-generated client libraries! You can use the Objective-C client to build iOS apps, or create new exciting apps on Android in Java. If you create a component, you now support all these languages from day 1, giving you a wider distribution.
tinypay.me is on Mashape, become a platform too!
Tinypay.me, one of the biggest european…