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"Our API directory has hit another major milestone. We now list 5,000 APIs, just a short four months since passing 4,000. No longer is the web simply about links connecting one site to another. Instead, developers are using tools to connect data and functionality from one site to another site."
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"At the International Symposium on Online Journalism earlier this month, one of the most interesting papers was by our own Seth Lewis, who’s now teaching at the University of Minnesota, and Tanja Aitamurto, a Finnish Ph.D student working as a visiting researcher at Stanford. Their subject was the ways in which top news organizations — like The New York Times, NPR, and the Guardian — have created and used their own application programming interfaces (APIs) to work with outside developers. What models have they followed, and how have they worked out? Tanja and Seth have written up a summary of their findings for the Lab; you can read the entire paper here."
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"At Apigee, we observe common patterns in API programs that succeed – in planning, management, and organization. Those that fail hit common pitfalls in these categories as well. So we have developed a nine-box model for API program management that helps track how both strategy and execution must come together to build a successful API effort."
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"At last year's JavaOne conference Oracle announced that it would continue to invest in JavaFX, shipping JavaFX 2.0 this year. At part of this, however, it also announced that it would be dropping support for JavaFX Script, replacing it with a new Java API for creating JavaFX applications. That API can also be used from alternative languages such as JRuby, Clojure, Scala and Groovy." Huh? JavaFX Script was the most revolutionary part of the platform. Wasn't it?
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