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More Security and Administrative Management Features for RESTXpress!

RESTXpressLogo More Security and Administrative Management Features for RESTXpress!

New fea­tures: OpenID Support • OAuth Support • History • Snapshots

RESTXpress, our in­cred­ibly easy-​​to-​​use and pow­erful “REST-​​enablement” en­gine, has jumped up to an­other level again. In the new ver­sion 2.3, we’ve bol­stered our se­cu­rity sup­port for REST re­sources and our ad­min­is­tra­tive ca­pa­bil­i­ties. There are two new au­then­ti­ca­tion op­tions for adding se­cu­rity to RESTXpress-​​generated REST ser­vice,  OpenID and OAuth. We’ve also added new tools for tracking ad­min­is­tra­tive his­tory and taking snap­shots for backup and restore.

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Revised Schedule for RESTXpress Webinars

RESTXpressLogo Revised Schedule for RESTXpress Webinars

Updated: Changed to re­flect 2d we­binar on SQL to REST.

In a pre­vious post, we dis­cussed our se­ries of up­coming we­bi­nars on RESTXpress. The first one, An Overview of RESTXpress, went quite well (recording). For the others, we had to read­just our orig­inal schedule. The next we­binar will be:

Abbacadabra: SQL Database Queries into REST Services!
Friday, March 21, 10:00AM Pacific Time
Register now!

Here is the up­dated schedule for all of our up­coming we­bi­nars on RESTXpress: Read more »

Got 20 Minutes? Join Us for a RESTXpress Webinar Overview Tomorrow

RESTXpressLogo Got 20 Minutes? Join Us for a RESTXpress Webinar Overview Tomorrow

To better ed­u­cate and sup­port our com­mu­nity of in­terest around RESTXpress, we’re going to try some­thing a little dif­ferent for we­bi­nars. Instead of going for a whole hour, we’ll have more we­bi­nars, but re­duce them to 20 (30 at the most) min­utes each. This should allow at least 15 min­utes for the demo and 5 min­utes for Q & A. The first one will of course be a quick overview of the most cur­rent version:

An Overview of RESTXpress
Thursday, February 6, 10:00AM Pacific Time
Register now!

Here is our cur­rent schedule for all of our up­coming we­bi­nars: Read more »

Spotlight on Exadel Products for Enterprise Development

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Exadel’s Appery​.io and RESTXpress prod­ucts pro­vide com­ple­men­tary sup­port for en­ter­prise mo­bi­liza­tion that con­tinues to get more notice.

Appery​.io pro­vides a com­plete mo­bile app de­vel­op­ment, de­vel­op­ment, and sup­port plat­form, while RESTXpress pro­vides a REST ser­vice gateway to a growing va­riety of en­ter­prise as­sets. One dra­mat­i­cally eases the de­vel­op­ment of apps to con­sume REST ser­vices; the other makes it rel­a­tively simple to pro­duce REST ser­vices out of ex­isting en­ter­prise as­sets to be con­sumed. Together, they cover both ends of any en­ter­prise mo­bi­liza­tion strategy, al­lowing the best in­te­grated so­lu­tion. And, the word con­tinues to spread… Read more »

Exadel Featuered in ZDNet for Mobile App Platform

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Our re­cently an­nounced part­ner­ship with Heroku (a sub­sidiary of Salesforce) has con­tinued to at­tract attention…very pos­i­tive at­ten­tion. Recently, Exadel’s vice pres­i­dent of mar­keting, Francisco Kattan, and founder and CEO, Fima Katz, talked to Heather Clancy for a story fea­tured in ZDNet last week. The ar­ticle did a nice job of showing how the Appery​.io mo­bile app plat­form came out of Exadel’s ex­pe­ri­ence and where it’s going. It also de­scribes how our mo­bile ser­vice of­fer­ings com­ple­ment the plat­form while the plat­form con­tinues to grow.

Read “Exadel bridges mo­bile de­vel­op­ment, cloud pro­vi­sioning

RESTXpress Moves Forward into 2014

 RESTXpress Moves Forward into 2014

Another kind of gateway

As the year comes to a close, RESTXpress is about to get some sig­nif­i­cant im­prove­ments. (RESTXpress is an en­ter­prise gateway to create and de­ploy REST proxy ser­vices that rep­re­sent ex­isting assets—databases and ser­vices, al­lowing easy and se­cure ac­cess from mo­bile apps.) In the next re­lease due out this week, we’ll be adding two main new features:

  1. Using ex­isting REST ser­vices as a basis for RESTXpress-​​generated REST services
  2. Making in-​​console JavaScript the way to code custom val­ida­tors, fil­ters, and se­cu­rity con­fig­u­ra­tions Read more »

RESTXpress Moves Forward into Commercial Availability — Webinar Coming Up

We came up with RESTXpress based on a simple idea: Don’t rein­vent the wheel.

Although there isn’t quite as much buzz about it any­more, the growing API economy is real. Businesses need to be able to se­curely ex­pose more of their ex­isting data and op­er­a­tions as REST ser­vices; how­ever, re­sources and time to do so are al­ways scarce.

And, you al­ready have the func­tion­ality. You don’t want to re­build it from scratch as a REST service.

The Answer

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Exadel at MobileCON 2013

Exadel’s Fima Katz, Francisco Kattan, and Max Katz par­tic­i­pated in MobileCON this year. Appery​.io was a fi­nalist for the Application Development & Platforms MobITS award, Francisco Kattan pre­sented on “Is Your IT Department a Bottleneck for Mobile Innovation?”, Max Katz de­moed Appery​.io, and we made two an­nounce­ments. Read more »

Exadel Announces Appery​.io/​H​e​r​oku Parternship

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We’re at the MobileCon con­fer­ence this week. Tomorrow, Exadel VP Francisco Kattan is pre­senting there. Today, we made two key an­nounce­ments at the show. Read more »

2013 Has Been a Great Year So Far

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Sometimes it’s good to stop for a second and take stock. At Exadel we did this re­cently and an­nounced the re­sults in this press re­lease. The high­lights are that the rev­enue for the first half of 2013 is 22% over the rev­enue for the first half of 2012 and that we’ve rolled out 4 prod­ucts in the mo­bile and se­cu­rity areas:

We can’t wait to see how the second half of 2013 stacks up!

 

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