About the Book
Perhaps the singular most important choice an API developer can make is one of programming language and architecture. Choosing how an API will communicate with consumers, how security will be implemented, and how the API will function with other services is largely constrained by the language and methodology by which it is developed.
Throughout this eBook, we’ll discuss a Java framework called Spark, its basic use, history, and compare it with other languages and toolkits. We’ll highlight what makes Java Spark an incredibly functional and useful toolkit for crafting APIs, and provide some examples. We also demonstrate you how you can use this framework in Scala and Kotlin, two other languages that run on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
*All proceeds from the sale of this eBook will be donated to the Salvation Army in Sweden.
About the Author
In 2013, Nordic APIs was formed to help organizations become more innovative, lean, and efficient. Nordic APIs has grown into one of only a handful of all-API-related event series held anywhere in the world. After hosting more than a dozen events, the community has grown to include hundreds of international thought leaders. Through the global reach of its blog, Nordic APIs is connected to 10's of thousands of API practitioners from around the world. Visit nordicapis.com for more information.