Build a simple proxy for the EveryTrail public API using IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Live Web API Services

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Dinesh Shetty and Rakesh Nair

Date archived: September 6, 2016 | First published: April 05, 2013

To reach new channels of mobile customers, organizations are investing in exposing existing IT assets via web APIs, making their business available instantly on mobile devices. IBM WebSphere® Cast Iron® Live Web API Services is a cloud offering that enables organizations to quickly expose enterprise APIs with an easy-to-use solution. Web and mobile developers can use these web APIs to build rich web and mobile applications. In addition, the Cast Iron Live API facilitates the building of developer portals for those exposed web APIs. This article offers a simple example of how to proxy a publicly available API using IBM's API solution.

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