What’s up, API gateway?! We’ve just got an awesome new offering for you that will allow you to create, install, and manage any API. You can now have your own API Gateway, a service that is built on top of the world-famous Open API standard. You’re free to host and manage your own API.
As long as you have a good reason to get in, then you can install any API in the world. But as soon as you install your API, you’ll have access to a list of all your API keys, and you can create any of them yourself.
So if you’ve ever wanted to setup your own API, and youve ever used another service like Google Appengine, you can now do it for free. Just follow the steps and youll have a fully functional API gateway. So go see them.
I think we’re in the middle of a real renaissance of the web, a rebirth of the api-gateway-esque-web-framework. It’s a great idea, I’ve heard it all so many times before, and just like all the other fantastic ideas we’ve heard, we’re thrilled to see it come to life.
In many ways, API Gateway is something that the web has always been too. It can be used in a variety of ways, and for a variety of purposes (you can get APIs for email, music, and lots of other things), so it will be interesting to see what the future of the framework will be.
For now, we’re all happy to see the framework come to life, but for others it will be a hard sell. Its not a problem if you don’t know what APIs are and what they do, but if in your business you don’t know what APIs are and what they do, you might get taken for a ride. We’re talking about big things, API Gateway is going to be an important tool in the future, and we are happy to see it coming to life.
The API Gateway framework will help developers build APIs on AWS by allowing them to use their own custom domain names as “endpoints” for APIs. This means developers will not need to make an API connection string for every API they want to use, and that is a huge win for the development community. API Gateway also provides an API Gateway endpoint by default, so that developers don’t have to type the full protocol name (e.g.
API Gateway has many ways to get started with API Gateway. For example, you can use the API Gateway REST API, which you can access directly through the API Gateway REST API endpoint. The REST API endpoint is a very interesting feature that developers can use, and it allows them to easily access API Gateway REST APIs, and also allows you to access APIs directly on AWS.
The same is true of the API Gateway endpoint, but it allows you to access the API Gateway REST API endpoint directly, instead of using AWS’s API Gateway endpoint. This way you can access all of your “public” API keys over and over.
The API Gateway endpoint is used by the AWS API Gateway to connect to your API, but the API Gateway endpoint is where you can actually access the API itself. I think this is a pretty neat feature for developers, but I can understand why some folks might not like it.