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LiveCast: Evolving Hypermedia
The power of hypermedia APIs cannot be understated. Hypermedia APIs offer unique ways to control data, link to pertinent information, and orchestrate advanced security mechanisms.

At this LiveCast, we'll be investigating how to evolve the use of hypermedia for new API use cases. To do so, we're bringing in Tomasz Pluskiewicz who will present a unique way to build Hypermedia APIs; a different approach where everything about an API becomes a resource in its own right. Next, Michał Trojanowski will demonstrate the power of hypermedia APIs in action by showcasing Curity's Curity’s Hypermedia Authentication API to drive a sophisticated authentication flow.

Tune in for thoughts on: What is hypermedia? What are some use cases (and net benefits) of using hypermedia? What is its adoption like among HTTP APIs? What are the limits of hypermedia? How can we advance and evolve the hypermedia concept? How can hypermedia-style APIs be used to advance security measures within modern application development?

Nordic APIs LiveCasts are entirely free to attend. We welcome attendees to view in realtime so they may ask questions. Nordic APIs Editor in Chief Bill Doerrfeld will introduce the LiveCast and lead Q&A discussion between lightning sessions. We will post the recording to YouTube after the event.

Sep 29, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Tomasz Pluskiewicz
Consultant @Zazuko GmbH
Long time .NET developer, whose romance with the Semantic Web brought him through the back to door to REST APIs. Currently develops mostly node.js and Web Components. As an active member of Hydra Community Group, has been trying to close the gap between the world of mainstream APIs and RDF.
Michał Trojanowski
Product Marketing Engineer @Curity
Michał Trojanowski is a Product Marketing Engineer at Curity. He is a developer with more than 10 years of experience working with web technologies. Working on different projects allowed him to learn different languages and observe different approaches on design patterns – also concerning APIs. Interested in sharing the knowledge of making great APIs.