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.…
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
On Monday April 7th OpenSSL released an update to address CVE-2014-0160
). This was a vulnerability in the popular cryptographic library that is used to secure many major websites. It affected nearly two thirds of web servers, including sites like Google, Twitter, and Yahoo. Mashape has implemented the update and is no longer vulnerable to potential Heartbleed exploits. We’ve also reissued our SSL certificates, changed internal passwords, and changed private keys.
While we have no evidence that there has been any type of attack or intrusion, we have automatically logged out all users, and for extra security users…
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!
Make your API lives easier with Postman
Postman is a powerful HTTP client to help test web services easily and efficiently. Postman let’s you craft simple as well as complex HTTP requests quickly. It also saves requests for future use so that you never have to repeat your keystrokes ever again.
Check the demo video below. And get it here
As an API Marketplace, Mashape facilitates billing for API providers and consumers. As such, we continuously strive to provide features and tools that help developers manage their API subscriptions.
We are happy to announce that we are now sending usage alerts. When you approach 80% of your subscribed plan limit, we’ll send you an email.
Email Usage Alerts when API usage approaches limit
We hope that you find this feature useful in managing your API subscriptions. As always, please feel free to send us a note at email@example.com
if you have comments and suggestions.…
As proud contributors to the open source community, nothing makes us happier than getting feedback and support from developers who like to make things better.
Shortly after we released Unirest.io
, we received a ton of feedback from developers who would like to get a Windows 8 and .NET port. Before we can even get to it, we received contributions from Michael Azarkevich
and Michael Sync
who ported Unirest to the two platforms. To the two Michaels, a HUGE THANK YOU! You rock m/
We have officially rolled them in with the rest of the Unirest libraries here
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
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…
You guys are gonna love this. We now have a Mashape button that you can use on your page to link back to your Mashape API profile page.
Mashape button on API profile
We even let you customize the button color and icon!
To get your Mashape button, go to your API Profile page and click Admin.
We hope you’ll use the new Mashape button for your landing pages and developer documentation pages. Let us know if you do! We’d love to hear about it – Facebook