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Performance Study – REST vs SOAP for Mobile Applications

Performance Study – REST vs SOAP for Mobile Applications | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
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REST >> SOAP, JSON >> XML for mobile APIs ... Always good to put figures on beliefs with tests

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python - Twitter's Streaming API (statuses/filter) & Erroneous Tweets - Stack Overflow

python - Twitter's Streaming API (statuses/filter) & Erroneous Tweets - Stack Overflow | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
Twitter's Streaming API (statuses/filter) & Erroneous Tweets http://t.co/Gtdd2pzdnT http://t.co/yywWClXGo8 #Python via @dv_geek
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I would be very interested to get that confirmed or not by others !

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10 minutes talk about application latency - Motwin

10 minutes talk about application latency - Motwin | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
  During a Human talk Paris (http://www.meetup.com/HumanTalks-Paris/) in February, Nicolas Babel talks about application latency, impact of mobile on
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Short video on application latency in French : Short and Meaning full !

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Community Debates API Specification Alternatives - InfoQ.com

Community Debates API Specification Alternatives - InfoQ.com | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
Hacker News was recently home to an active debate on the best way to write an API specification.
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One should not take this article for granted as it is writen by Jérome Louvel from APIGee. But it is still a very interesting read for API Publishers. My tip : read also comments at the bottom of the page !

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Temporary mobile app incubator : MBF-2 - Motwin

Temporary mobile app incubator : MBF-2 - Motwin | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
    The Credit Agricole co-organise with Orange Partner, PSA, Salesforce, Xee, Deezer, Uber, zenpark and Motwin the second "Mobile Banking Factor
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We support temporary application incubators as we strongly think it a snapshot of what the economy will look like in the future. 

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How to Improve Application Performance and Reduce Latency

How to Improve Application Performance and Reduce Latency | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
Web developers can no longer look at network latency and application performance as mutually exclusive concerns. Fortunately, there are several ways that developers can "hide" data transmission and computation so that user experience doesn't suffer.
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A 2 years-old article but how many are really doing it ? ... So still some good advises to read like reducing to one javascript or use websocket rather than the good-old-HTTP requests. This article sounds even more appealing since mobile web traffic overtook web desktop traffi in 2014.

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Interview with Slava Akhmechet of RethinkDB | Opensource.com

Interview with Slava Akhmechet of RethinkDB | Opensource.com | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
RethinkDB is an open source, scalable database designed from the ground up for the realtime web and a variety of applications which need near-instantaneous database communications.
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With PubNub recent news, this proves that realtime is hot ! Sooner or later all apps with have realtime data needs !

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Steven Davelaar on Twitter

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REST-JSON between 9x (Samsung G S4) and 30x (iPhone 4) faster than SOAP in Oracle MAF 2.1 apps! pic.twitter.com/OPrvKgNMrw
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The WordPress JSON REST API | Post Status

The WordPress JSON REST API | Post Status | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
The WordPress REST API is a WordPress feature plugin that will empower developers to use WordPress in ways we've never seen before.
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You want to transform the worldpress JSON REST API into an incremental streaming API ? ... Check streamdata.io (It is alpha now !)

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Dug.js — A JSONP to HTML Script

Dug.js — A JSONP to HTML Script | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
So you want to display your Dribbble shots, recent pins on Pinterest, 500px
or Instagram photos, Github commits, or recently listened to music on your
blog or site? Then this chunk of javascript is for you. It was designed to
be a lightweight, simple, library-independent script to pull in feeds of
content available on the web as JSONP (there's lots of em!) to display on
your site.

I wrote this script because I wanted a dead-simple way to show my dribbble
shots on my site. I wanted to be able to customize the markup with a custom
template and have the content client side cache. I wanted to do the same
with Pinterest inspiration that I was finding for illustrations that I
love. Instead of having dedicated scripts for every service, why not just
have one very small raw script (~200 lines) to do it all?

Dug.js Setup

Enough windbaggery, let me show you how to use it. Because Dug.js is on my
site, I can run the code in this blog post. Let's talk about that Dribbble
implementation first. So, I want to pull in my latest Dribbble shots.
Scanning the Dribbble api, I see that they do support JSONP and that you
can pull in all player shots with the following url:
http://api.dribbble.com/players/:id/shots

Rad! With Dug.js, we're nearly there. In it's simplest form, you really
only need two things.

1. An api endpoint (jsonp callbacks supported)
2. An HTML template to display the data

With that in mind, let's setup dug.js to pull dribbble shots from an
awesome illustrator's account:


dug({
endpoint: 'http://api.dribbble.com/players/justinmezzell/shots',
template: '{{#shots}}{{/shots}}'
});


If you're familiar with mustache or similar templating, the
{{#shots}}...{{/shots}} section apply the html within it over every shot,
in this case, emitting an image for each shot. Hint: you can also supply a
CSS selector to target a template script, and Dug.js will pull the content
from it.

That's a pretty simple example, but what if you want each shot linking to
it's detail page? Here ya go:


dug({
endpoint: 'http://api.dribbble.com/players/justinmezzell/shots',
template: '\
{{#shots}}\
\
\
\
\
\
{{/shots}}\
'
});


Here's an actual demo of the above code, running:

That's it! Pretty simple huh? Yeah, thats why I dig it too!

Dug.js Parameters

For those that are curious, here's a few parameters (as json name-value
pairs) that you can pass into dug to do some additional schnazzy things:

* target — the id of an existing DOM element to put the html results
in.
* cacheExpire — # of milliseconds to cache data on the client side
(using localstorage). 0 for no caching.
* callbackParam — the name of the query variable a JSONP service will
use for a callback function. Most services just use
'callback=functionName', but sometimes a service will use a different
query variable name.
* success — a function to call when JSONP data is successfully
retrieved.
* error — a function to call when JSONP data is not successfully
retrieved.
* beforeRender @param data — a function called before Dug.js renders
the template. Helpful for trimming/changing the data before it
renders.
* afterRender @param data — a function called after Dug.js renders the
template.
Download Dug.js

Dug.js is completely free! Although, if you're diggin' this script hard and
want to help fund my graphic tablet purchase (for art like Dug the dog
above. Yay!), feel free to donate.

Dug.js is for everyone!

Name your price! Any donations go toward funding my graphic tablet purchase
(for making more art like Dug). It also allows me to drink coffee or
microbrews so I can have the sanity to support Dug.js, but, if you're low
on the dough, enter a zero and off you go!

Download

Download Dug.js

License

Dug.js is 100% free under the WTFPL — no link backs or anything needed.
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Free javascript file extension, very useful for multi-APIs call

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REST vs WebSocket Comparison and Benchmarks - Miles to go 2.0 ...

REST vs WebSocket Comparison and Benchmarks - Miles to go 2.0 ... | API Streaming & scaling | Scoop.it
One of the common questions asked during my #JavaEE7 presentations around the world is how do WebSockets compare with REST ? First of all, REST is a style of architecture so what really people mean is RESTful HTTP. As an architecture cannot be compared with a technology. But the term is so loosely used that …
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5 Technology Trends Disrupting Consumer Behavior (v15)

Presentation from #MixWest14 in Indianapolis, IN on August 1. This is the 15th version of the consumer behavior deck I've presented over the past year. Added n… (Is your business at risk from disruptive technology?
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A good prez on consumer behaviour disrupted by mobility and collaboration

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Romain DEFOY's curator insight, August 4, 2014 8:37 AM

1. Moments matter

2. Rise of mobility

3. Personnalization & automation of brands

4. Collaborative economy

5. Connected products