Both WSDL and OpenAPI documentation formats have their use cases and will likely exist within an organization depending on your API landscape.
Traditional developer portals act as single points of access for developers looking to use an organization's API offerings. But modern day developer portals, which are now commonly referred to as API portals, need to do so much more.
Several large enterprises are reaping the benefits of having their own Application Programming Interface (API) portal.
API strategy is at the core of many digital transformation roadmaps. Key to the success of these plans is the adoption of the API strategy both internally and externally through an API portal.
It’s an exciting time for organizations that have valuable IT assets in place and are seeing the opportunity to expand their revenue streams through those assets.
Business awareness of the value of an API developer community and the contribution of their developer portals to fostering that community is growing.