It’s now remarkably easy to release to the world a cloud-based application programming interface (API) that provides some software function as a service. As a consequence, the cloud API space has become very densely populated, so that even if a particular API offers a service whose potential value is considerable, there are many other factors that play a role in determining whether or not that API will be commercially successful. If you’re thinking about entering the API marketplace with your latest and greatest idea, this post offers some entirely subjective advice on how you might increase the chances of your offering not being lost in all the noise.
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