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API Builder for Mac/Windows/Linux?
Posted by: August West
Date: September 22, 2021 08:55PM
It appears building APIs (currently restful) is on my near-horizon, does anyone have a favorite IDE/workflow? I will work on OS X, colleagues will run a combination of Win/Linux.

Thanks!



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Re: API Builder for Mac/Windows/Linux?
Posted by: mattkime
Date: September 22, 2021 09:08PM
What language will you be using to develop?



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Re: API Builder for Mac/Windows/Linux?
Posted by: August West
Date: September 22, 2021 09:31PM
I am guessing Javascript and/or Python. I haven't really taken apart the app on our side. It's a fairly typical mobile web app involving Javascript/Python/GraphQL from my current level of exposure, not sure of any frameworks, etc, and I also do not know how it will be received and parsed on our end. That will come as I get more deeply involved, however any suggestions swift(er) dev are welcome. Currently, I know there'll be tapping of a documented Qualtric end and a complete fustercluck of a poorly developed Salesforce instance end.

ETA: Thanks for the response it's been a very long day.



Apologies to the anonymous forum member affected by my previous sig pic. It was my personal pic of a country expressing great grief as their leader, one of the most recognized people in the world, lay on his deathbed 8 years ago, days before he died. Like a naif, I did not realize it was offensively political, I considered it an expression of deep emotion and a reminder of the mortal coil's nature; that we all, great and small, can only hope to make a difference in our short time here, no matter the personal cost.

I'll post another pic from my work in South Africa that is, hopefully, apolitical.





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Re: API Builder for Mac/Windows/Linux?
Posted by: mattkime
Date: September 22, 2021 11:51PM
You might take a look at the postman app. It can be helpful for firing off api requests. That said, there should be some sort of test suite which verifies the api endpoints. If it isn't there - good luck! :-) Seriously though, you'll want some scripted testing tools.



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Re: API Builder for Mac/Windows/Linux?
Posted by: August West
Date: September 22, 2021 11:52PM
thumbs up



Apologies to the anonymous forum member affected by my previous sig pic. It was my personal pic of a country expressing great grief as their leader, one of the most recognized people in the world, lay on his deathbed 8 years ago, days before he died. Like a naif, I did not realize it was offensively political, I considered it an expression of deep emotion and a reminder of the mortal coil's nature; that we all, great and small, can only hope to make a difference in our short time here, no matter the personal cost.

I'll post another pic from my work in South Africa that is, hopefully, apolitical.

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Re: API Builder for Mac/Windows/Linux?
Posted by: space-time
Date: September 23, 2021 05:34AM
PyCharm with Anadoda is very popular.
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Re: API Builder for Mac/Windows/Linux?
Posted by: August West
Date: September 23, 2021 05:45PM
Thanks, s-t!



Apologies to the anonymous forum member affected by my previous sig pic. It was my personal pic of a country expressing great grief as their leader, one of the most recognized people in the world, lay on his deathbed 8 years ago, days before he died. Like a naif, I did not realize it was offensively political, I considered it an expression of deep emotion and a reminder of the mortal coil's nature; that we all, great and small, can only hope to make a difference in our short time here, no matter the personal cost.

I'll post another pic from my work in South Africa that is, hopefully, apolitical.

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