- API Essentials
Real user monitoring offers insight into how your customers actually interact with your application. It can also be used to identify issues with third-party APIs.
Synthetic monitoring is a technique used to programmatically test resources and code, so you know a problem occurs before users do.
Unofficial APIs offer a way to access data and services that otherwise don't offer an API. Learn more about how they work and the dangers in using one.
Networks are unreliable. Third-party dependencies, like APIs, are unreliable. This is why we build resiliency into our applications and services. Most
Debug API calls more easily with this overview of the most popular API debugging tools.
AI and Machine Learning is now available to developers through modern web service APIs. Explore which services are available for your app.
This guide explains how to get started with any Google API, such as Google Maps, Google Calendar, or Google Sheets. Google's APIs can allow your application to integrate with Google services on the web or in a native application.
The common way to bring a partner API into your application is through an API integration. API Integrations are how your app connects to a third party API.
Securing an API is more than adding a library and flipping a few switches. Approach API design with a security mindset and follow these tips.
A software development kit (SDK) is a set of tools used to make developing applications on a platform easier. Do APIs have SDKs? Find out here.
Learn best practices with a privacy specialist.