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api-guidelines - Microsoft REST API Guidelines


The Microsoft REST API Guidelines, as a design principle, encourages application developers to have resources accessible to them via a RESTful HTTP interface. To provide the smoothest possible experience for developers on platforms following the Microsoft REST API Guidelines, REST APIs SHOULD follow consistent design guidelines to make using them easy and intuitive.This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

parrot - Self-hosted Localization Management Platform built with Go and Angular 2


Self-hosted Localization Management Platform built with Go and Angular 2.NOTICE: the project is still in heavy development and it is NOT recommended for use in production until a version 1.0 is reached.

js-marker-clusterer - A marker clustering library for the Google Maps JavaScript API v3.


The library creates and manages per-zoom-level clusters for large amounts of markers. Google API v3.




PayPal-node-SDK - node.js SDK for PayPal RESTful APIs


Repository for PayPal's Node SDK (node.js version >=0.6.x) and Node samples for REST API. For a full working app and documentation, have a look at the PayPal Node SDK Page.2.0 Beta: We now have a 2.0 beta available, featuring promise support, and a revamped integration. Check out the 2.0-beta branch for details, or run npm install paypal-rest-sdk@beta.

up - Deploy infinitely scalable serverless apps, apis, and sites in seconds.


Up deploys infinitely scalable serverless apps, APIs, and static websites in seconds, so you can get back to working on what makes your product unique.Up focuses on deploying "vanilla" HTTP servers so there's nothing new to learn, just develop with your favorite existing frameworks such as Express, Koa, Django, Golang net/http or others.



Awesome_APIs - :octocat: A collection of APIs


This project is in progress, and I will complete it in the near future. If you have found any awesome apis and want to share with other developers, please make a pull request. Please adhere to the guidelines.If you have any questions, ideas or suggestions, please email me and I will reply as soon as possible.

strapi - :rocket: Node


The most advanced open-source Content Management Framework to build powerful API with no effort.We've been working on a major update to Strapi for several months now, rewriting the core framework and the administration panel. Performances has been increased, Developer eXperience has been improved and a brand new plugins ecosystem has been introduced. Both versions are available, we still recommend you to use v1 for production usage..

express-graphql - Create a GraphQL HTTP server with Express.


Create a GraphQL HTTP server with any HTTP web framework that supports connect styled middleware, including Connect itself, Express and Restify.Use .get or .post (or both) rather than .use to configure your route handler. If you want to show GraphiQL in the browser, set graphiql: true on your .get handler.

Sangria - Scala GraphQL implementation


Sangria is a scala GraphQL library. I would also recommend you to check out http://try.sangria-graphql.org. It is an example of GraphQL server written with Play framework and Sangria. It also serves as a playground, where you can interactively execute GraphQL queries and play with some examples.

anaconda - A Go client library for the Twitter 1.1 API


Anaconda is a simple, transparent Go package for accessing version 1.1 of the Twitter API.Successful API queries return native Go structs that can be used immediately, with no need for type assertions.

slack - Slack API in Go


This library supports most if not all of the api.slack.com REST calls, as well as the Real-Time Messaging protocol over websocket, in a fully managed way.This is released before adding context support. As the used context package is the one from Go 1.7 this will be the last compatible with Go < 1.7.

micro - Asynchronous HTTP microservices


Important: Micro is only meant to be used in production. In development, you should use micro-dev, which provides you with a tool belt specifically tailored for developing microservices.

stripe-node - Node.js library for the Stripe API.


The Stripe Node library provides convenient access to the Stripe API from applications written in server-side JavaScript.Please keep in mind that this package is for use with server-side Node that uses Stripe secret keys. To maintain PCI compliance, tokenization of credit card information should always be done with Stripe.js on the client side. This package should not be used for that purpose.

chi - lightweight, idiomatic and composable router for building Go HTTP services


chi is a lightweight, idiomatic and composable router for building Go 1.7+ HTTP services. It's especially good at helping you write large REST API services that are kept maintainable as your project grows and changes. chi is built on the new context package introduced in Go 1.7 to handle signaling, cancelation and request-scoped values across a handler chain.The focus of the project has been to seek out an elegant and comfortable design for writing REST API servers, written during the development of the Pressly API service that powers our public API service, which in turn powers all of our client-side applications.

LINQ to Twitter


Linq2Twitter is an open source LINQ Provider for the Twitter micro-blogging service. It covers the entire Twitter API and supports multiple .NET technologies.