Intel® Web APIs

This article is a continuation from my last article on the topic of using Intel® XDK IoT Edition with Mashery APIs to make REST API calls using Node.js.

Getting Started

In this article I will be demonstrating how to create a basic Node.js application using Intel Mashery's JamBase API with Intel Edison and XDK. You will find accompanying GitHub source in the provided repo.

Getting Started

This article is part of a series of articles being written to explore the possibilities between Intel Galileo and the Mashery API Network. In this article, I will be discussing how Node.js can be used with OAuth to authenticate with any of the 40+ APIs in the Mashery API Network.

Abstract: This the second in a series of articles dicussing the creative possibilities of the Mashery API Network. In this article we will be walking through the process of registering an application with the ShareThis API

Mashery, an Intel companyAbstract: This the first in a series of articles dicussing the creative possibilities between Intel® Galileo developers and the Mashery API Network. In this article we will be giving an overview of the reasons why APIs are useful to Galileo developers.

In case you haven't yet heard, Mashery, the leader in API management, joined the Intel Software and Services Group in May 2013. We're so excited to be a part of this organization and even more excited to introduce our suite of developer tools to the Intel software community!

I attended the Cloud Expo in New York City at the Javits Center in June. The attendees were a mix of Web hosting companies, web developers, software developers, hardware developers, and operating system developers. The event sponsors included Intel®, IBM*, Citrix*, Rackspace*, Oracle*, Verizon Terremark*, Akamai*, and many more.  Everyone came to learn, share, and we agreed that the development cycle was quicker than expected for new software and products using the.

Like I mentioned in the previous article, APIs are just like a webpage, but only return specific data either in XML or JSON format as defined by the API documentation. So, the way to access APIs is by HTTP requests. Javascript provides an object - XMLHttpRequest often also called XHR - for precisely this functionality.

Wir schreiben das Jahr 2013. Die Technik ist heute auf einem Stand, den wir zu den Zeiten der Star Trek Filme noch als lebhafte Fantasie wahrgenommen haben. Die technische Evolution hat begonnen. Das Handy wurde zum Smartphone, Notebooks zu Ultrabooks/Tablets und der einfache Röhrenfernseher ist nun ein SmartTV.

So toll dieser Fortschritt auch ist, das Entwicklerleben macht es jedoch nicht unbedingt einfacher.

Web APIs are everywhere. There has been a substantial growth in interest in APIs. ProgrammableWeb, a reference website that maintains a directory of public APIs, reports that the number of APIs have grown from 8000 by the end of 2012 to 9000 as of June 2013.
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