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A recap of WSO2 API Day Toronto

By Yenlo

Together with WSO2, Yenlo hosted the WSO2 API Day in Toronto on 12 November 2019. In this blog, you’ll read a recap...


A new API design

By Ruben van der Zwan

Automation changes the way processes work. There is no need for a display if a computer is processing insurance...


Bye-bye technology?

By Ruben van der Zwan

Have you ever considered how much technology has been introduced in the last 30 years? It’s really remarkable. Some...


Creating a new Mapped response

By Rob Blaauboer

There are situations where you get a response from a backend and actually need to change the response. Not so much...


There goes your business

By Ruben van der Zwan

It sounds a bit like a nightmare, you go to bed and when you wake up your business is gone. I don’t mean gone in the sense of a fire, flood or earthquake. What I mean is that your business disappeared because there’s no demand. It might seem far-fetched, but when you think about it you can really see it all around you. Let’s take an example that played out over the last 20 years or so. Of course, 20 years is not overnight but bear with me while I explain.

Priority Lane

Handling messages based on priority in WSO2 ESB / WSO2 EI

By Danny Ukken

We all like to be treated with priority, right? When you are boarding a flight, visit a tourist place or queueing to enter a cinema, separate lanes for priority passengers or visitors are quite common. Visa application and approval is a business process where prioritizing applications is norm.  Vendor organizations handling visa applications prioritize based on the role of applicant (for e.g., State heads and employees in embassies get highest priority), the premium paid (if you are willing to pay premium fees, your visa is processed faster) & other special conditions. It is an important technical requirement that systems that process applications connect through the ESB layer.