Developers today think in Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs. Looking at APIs first helps you concentrate on the problem that you are looking to solve in an application, or as part of a wider service. With communication between components in an application all taking place via APIs, this approach makes it easier to adopt microservices designs and make use of multi-cloud. However, API-driven development (ADD) is not as easy as it sounds over time. Concentrating on APIs first can make it easier to build and maintain an application, but it’s not possible to ignore the infrastructure side completely. If you… This story continues at The Next Web
realme CEO, Madhav Sheth confirmed the existence of realme UI back in October last year and said that it will offer a near-stock Android experience, since then there have been lots of speculation about realme UI. The company finally announced the realme UI rollout schedule back in November and shared a few images to give users an idea of what's coming their way.