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Decommission APIs used by old versions of your mobile app

Switch off without losing users

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You can’t guarantee that users will ever update to the latest version of an app, so you can expect that a few users will remain on every historic version of your app.

APIs that support your app are likely to evolve. Maintaining and running old versions of an API is expensive. You need to…




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Gabrielle Earnshaw

Gabrielle Earnshaw

Mobile app strategy and development. Mobile Subject Matter Expert / Practice Lead at @InfinityWorks, and creator of @Tasktimerappuk and Windsurf Caddy

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