Application development is increasingly dependent upon APIs, often integrating with many different services. To address uncertainty in these dependencies, many developers use synthetic tests to monitor their API activity. This common tooling helps you discover when an API is up or down, and whether it’s returning the expected results. While useful, synthetic testing cannot mimic the reality of today’s applications.
Users can now add multiple Snowplow connectors to each destination. For more information on how to add additional Snowplow connectors, follow the next few steps after obtaining the tracking code (if needed).
If you’re building an app or have already deployed one, you probably used a good number of third-party APIs. After all, why build it yourself when you can plug in an API with the functionality you need? However, it’s natural to make certain mistakes when integrating APIs, and these mistakes can negatively impact app performance and user experience. This post highlights some common mistakes developers make when integrating APIs with apps and how to avoid them.
At Hoss, we’ve seen this first-hand. Many of our customers are becoming increasingly API-powered, from local delivery services utilizing Google Maps API to route orders and Stripe to easily accept payments to global project management platforms integrating Slack for better collaboration and Tableau for data visualization.. To get a better sense for how increased API consumption is impacting developers and businesses, we conducted a developer survey to learn more about the API consumption experience today.