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While the application programming interface (API) isn’t new, it is taking on a new level of importance in its critical role in the development of mobile applications. By enabling software programs to communicate with each other, APIs make it possible to integrate resources and build new applications on top of existing services, saving development time and cost, and mitigating the risk of errors. This Report examines some real-world examples of API-enabled mobility projects and the opportunities available to channel partners in the API economy.
Kevin Casey writes about technology and business for a wide variety of publications and companies. He won an Azbee Award, given by the American Society of Business Publication Editors, for his InformationWeek.com story, “Are You Too Old for IT?” He’s a former community choice honoree in the Small Business Influencer Awards.
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