Several weeks ago we announced our new Python client library. We love to see how our users not only use our API for their internal products and services, but also for their commercial products. This month we introduce the first command line interface (CLI) tool to access our API services. Using the Python Library we currently use for our in-house developments (we are a Python house) we have developed and hosted the source code on Github.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is without a doubt the most successful public cloud services platform in the world, and within its almost unlimited set of services, there are two that fit very well with the kind of integrations that can be done with Apility.io. I’m talking about the CDN Cloudfront and Lambda@Edge as a serverless computing technology that can run on the ‘edge’ nodes of Cloudfront.
Some of our users have already successfully integrated our REST API into their applications thanks to the simplicity of our design and their skills as developers. We love to see how our users not only use our API for their internal products and services, but also for their commercial products. That’s why we’re going to push more and more the development of API clients for different languages, with the idea that more users can start using it by integrating with their services in the most simple way. This month we introduce the first client of our API for the Python language. This is Python Library we currently use for our in-house developments, as we are a Python house.