Category Archives: API

Making your API behave like the big boys

Everyone has written an API of some sort whether they know it or not. Many people might snap in a quick end point or two into their website that returns JSON or XML to support some simple front end validation … Continue reading 

Also posted in .NET, Analysis and Design, Design Patterns, Principles and Patterns, Refactoring, Unit Testing | 6 Comments

Testing Stripe.com WebHooks With Requestb.in

SignalLeaf uses Stripe.com for billing. One of the cool things it does is provide web hooks to get events so that you can have your system do things in response to those events. Examples of events include customer creation, customer … Continue reading 

Also posted in Runscope, SignalLeaf, Stripe, Testing | 1 Comment

Rdio in Twitter

Maybe it’s old news, but I can’t find anything. I recently posted a link to an Artist in Rdio inside a tweet and it showed up playable to me. I can only assume that it’s playable to anybody with a … Continue reading 

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