How The Decoupled Nature of Web APIs Gives You Incredible Flexibility


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In this special presentation of ProgrammableWeb's Developers Rock Podcast from the Washington, DC-area API Meetup on Feb 4, 2020, editor-in-chief David Berlind delivers part 2 of his long-running college course on APIs (a new chapter will be delivered at each monthly DC API meetup). In this second chapter (following up to chapter 1), Berlind reviews the importance of API contracts and what it means for Web APIs to decouple API clients from API servers. And then he gives some real-world examples of how that decoupled nature of Web APIs affords some amazing flexibility to the organizations that pursue the idea of API-led application networks. editor-in-chief David Berlind is the co-organizer of the DC-Area API Meetup. We're always looking for more attendees, speakers, and sponsors (the sponsors buy the pizza). For more information about the meetup, go to: To get a full-text transcript of this presentation go to: To see more videos from the DC API Meetup Playlist go to: To see a list of articles on ProgrammableWeb that include the DC API Meetup Videos along with their full transcripts go to: