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Modern applications rely on an army of APIs to bring quality features to their users. Users see one broken element of an app as indicative of a broken system. When these fail, customers cannot tell the difference between which errors to attribute to the developer and which to the third party, all they see is a broken application. We'll look at the user experience of API errors—and just how common they are. And we’ll see what’s needed to reduce these API headaches.