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In this episode, Phil talks about how his trip across the United States via train went. We also talk about how to monitor APIs and what is the best APM solution for monitoring GraphQL endpoints. We also talk about the progress being made by the Stoplight team with both their tooling around Async APIs and also work being done on Studio.
Article: GraphQL Performance Monitoring Is Hard
Why GraphQL Performance Monitoring is hard
Phil's repo of companies working to help save the earth
Last time on APIs You Won't Hate, we laid the ground work for this podcast. This time (after a failed attempt when Phil didn't press record) Mike, Phil, and Matt talk about whats new with Stoplight.io, how front end developers like Mike can use the Stoplight suite of OSS products to make Front End Development better, and where they are with the books!
Huge thank you to Stoplight.io (https://stoplight.io) for sponsoring this episode! If you are looking to make your API workflow better, check them out for tools ranging from linting (Spectral) to mocking (Prism) to their new release Studio!
Welcome to our new podcast! Phil Sturgeon (@philsturgeon), Mike Bifulco (@irreverentmike) and Matt Trask (@matthewtrask) get started with the first episode where we talk about bikes, APIs and our goal for the podcast. We break down Phil's adventures in Europe, how his new books are going with the help of Mike, and some other nonsense.
Find us in the APIs You Wont Hate slack for questions, help, mentoring or other things!