Setting Functions Free by Reed Allman

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The Fn Project has been incubating for 2 years now — some may say it’s time to hatch — and in that time, we have gone back and forth on various APIs and learned some things we don’t like and some things we like even less than the things we don’t like. As is inevitable for any piece of software that manages to enslave a few programmers for long enough, we have begun cutting over to our v2 API. In this post, we’ll go over some of the things that tormented us — and possibly you!— in the previous API and what has changed, and leave you with some more breaking changes to look forward to.

If you’d like to follow along more in depth, the link to our swagger doc is http://petstore.swagger.io/?url=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/fnproject/fn/master/docs/swagger_v2.yml (because what you really needed was another Chrome tab to pollute your life).

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The v1 API for Fn was comprised of basic HTTP methods for creating, deleting, and updating apps and routes, as well as invoking a route. Briefly: Read the complete article here.

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