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The right feature at the right place
Before moving to Developer Relations, I transitioned from Software Architect to Solution Architect long ago. It's a reasonably common career move. The problem in this situation is two-fold:
- You know perfectly well software libraries
- You don't know well infrastructure components
It seems logical that people in this situation try to solve problems with the solutions they are most familiar with. However, it doesn't mean it's the best approach. It's a bad one in most cases.
Web resource caching: Server-Side
The subject of Web resource caching is as old as the World Wide Web itself. However, I'd like to offer an as-exhaustive-as-possible catalog of how one can improve performance by caching. Web resource caching can happen in two different places: client-side - on the browser and server side. In the previous post, I explained the former; this post focuses on the latter.
How to choose the right API Style and Technology
In this post, we’ll go through the 5 most popular API styles and look at very common questions like “How to decide on the right API style and which technology to choose for a style” and provide practical scenarios where an API Gateway can supplement their weaknesses.
Event-Driven APIs with Webhook and API Gateway
There are many ways and technology options to consider when implementing an event-driven API. For example, we explored how to build event-driven APIs using these 3 well-known patterns: CQRS, API Gateway and Serverless on the previous blog post. This post elaborates on building event-driven APIs by making use of Webhook and API Gateway, we understand the role of each in this solution. Firstly, let’s turn our attention to the initial problem statement without the webhook in place.
API monetization using an API Management and a billing provider
💁🏼 This blog post gives you an idea of building your technology stack with an API Gateway and a payment provider that can help you run quickly and securely your API monetization system which simply provides flexibility for your customers.
APISIX Integrates ClickHouse to Improve Log Efficiency
The author of this article, Zhendong Qi, is from China Mobile Cloud Competence Center. He has extensive experience in distributed object storage software development and has participated in the construction of several resource pools in the mobile cloud. This article describes how community contributor Zhendong Qi contributed
clickhouse-logger to Apache APISIX and how he used the plugin to simplify the business architecture and improve the efficiency of logging.
Coming soon! Apache APISIX Integrate with Apache OpenWhisk
This article introduces the feature prospect and usage steps of the
openwhisk plug-in, which is combined with a variety of identity authentication plug-ins provided by Apache APISIX to achieve authentication and authorization and other functions.
Why Apache APISIX chose Nginx and Lua to build API Gateway
This article was written by Zexuan Luo, engineer of API7.ai, and introduced the historical background of Apache APISIX's selection of Nginx + Lua technology stack and the advantages this technology stack brings to Apache APISIX. Zexuan Luo is an OpenResty developer and Apache APISIX PMC.
Get Front-End Test Coverage with Cypress
In the article "Stable Product Delivery with Cypress", we discussed why we chose Cypress as our E2E testing framework. After spending nearly two months refining the test cases, we needed test coverage to quantify whether the test coverage was sufficient.This article will describe how to get APISIX Dashboard front-end E2E coverage using Cypress.