Saturday, September 13th, 2014
If you're building and consuming APIs, there are some tools you should know about. HTTP tunnels make it easy to point callbacks and webhooks to your local development server. Proxy services can help capture, debug, and replay API traffic. External monitors can track uptime for the APIs you use - or provide - and verify expected responses. Learn how tools like Runscope, ngrok, ForwardHQ, and ApiScience can make make you more effective at integrating and releasing APIs by saving time and simplifying the debugging process.
Tim has been a contract developer for the past 10 years, and is now the Developer Evangelist at Nexmo. Having worked on API integration and custom applications, Tim enjoys the Zend Framework, Doctrine2, and well-documented APIs. He’s also the organizer of the Lehigh Valley PHP Meetup.