Third party APIs are provided by external parties — such as Twilio, Twitter, or Google — to allow developers to access their functionality. API (Application Programming Interface) gives programmers the ability to connect their custom applications with external systems either in network or cloud. This helps speed up development time and cut costs.
Integrate existing business systems or third-party APIs to harness data and feature sharing in your applications.
Custom APIs securely extend the functionality of your application with new and existing third-party systems and devices.
Build an API first business by building APIs as a Service (APIaaS) targetting common web protocols including HTTP/HTTPS, XML, JSON, REST, SOAP.
We use Unit testing, Functional testing, and Load testing to check the performance of individual APIs, end to end functionality, and performance of API layers.
Connect applications and data across multiple clouds by building API layers for business services using Mulesoft, Azure, Dell Boomi, etc.
Break monolithic applications into a suite of microservices so that each service is configured to run as a unique process and can be changed independently.