Tag: box-api

11 Dec 2014 · by Bob Auger
Box has spent over a decade creating applications that are easy to use and meet the expectations of security-conscious enterprises. Along the way we have learned a lot about the security issues that matter most, and how to create robust products that do not succumb to common security pitfalls. We...
15 Jul 2014 · by Mike Morearty
People talk about code reuse, but what about connection reuse?  You can achieve massive performance gains on subsequent API calls by not negotiating an SSL session with every call you make to Box. The Box API only uses HTTPS, never HTTP. And HTTPS’s SSL handshake time is very long- about...
24 Apr 2012 · by Chris Yeh
Here at Box, we care a lot about building the products that allow us to work with as many cool companies and technologies as possible. That way, if you work at a Fortune 500 where Box needs to tie into other mission critical systems, we’ve got you covered. Or if you’re an individual user who’s...
13 Jul 2011 · by Aaron Levie
At Box, our vision is that you should be able to store content once, and then extend it anywhere. A big piece of this is connecting Box to the other apps that help you get work done, ranging from major CRM platforms like Salesforce, to mobile productivity suites like QuickOffice. Because content is...
14 Apr 2010 · by Ashley Mayer
We're happy to announce that Box.net has launched one of the first "Snaps" featured in SnapLogic's brand new SnapStore. But what, you might ask, is a Snap? Created by SnapLogic, Snaps offer a new approach to connecting data sources to local and internet services. In Box's case, this means that an...