This is just an absolute must see to get some consciousness of the World we live in.
My views from the 10th Ancillary Merchandising Conference in regarding NDC deployment progress are, that given the industry dynamics and the lack of expertise of the airlines when it comes to huge-traffic APIs, NDC players would have to wait for big IT providers such as Farelogix and Datalex to provide NDC-enabled APIs for the big-named airlines to see real cases of the NDC distribution model on production.
This said, both IT providers are expected to do so before the end of the current year which is a reasonable time margin to get ready for NDC.
A recently released report by IATA throws this representative graph on the adoption tempo of the NDC (New Distribution Capability) standard by the airlines.
Let’s hope 2016 makes this numbers small for the sake of airlines distribution modernization.
Check it out here NDC Syntax Validator
This tool has been released under the scope of the OpenNDC initiative, troche an OpenSource organization focused on developing open-source software to facilitate the adoption of the NDC standard by the developers.
Any feedback or contributions will be very welcome.
After spending some months learning on the Air industry and very particularly focused on the NDC (New Distrubution Capability) standard, I’m excited to see first early-stage ideas that the blooming technology can bring into an industry which is very in the mood to be revamped from it’s roots, as we have seen along this year.
The Hackathon will be continued along the week by the IATA WPS, where the resulting ideas from the THack will be for sure a hot topic in the event’s conversation.
by Tom Gauld
I’ve published a very simple and lightweight Rack-based Grape API skeleton with Swagger autodocs that can be used as an starting point for a SOA-friendly approach architecture.
It can bring a base restful API in 1 minute with autodocs out of the box. I hope it’s useful to someone.
And this is a brief list of sample endpoints.
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