REST APIs: What, Why & How [On Demand Webinar]
What are APIs (or Application Programming Interfaces)? APIs are a set of routines, protocols and tools for building software applications that make it easier to develop a program by providing all of the basic building blocks.
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In this on-demand, forty-minute masterclass, PowerToFly's architect & lead backend developer Devi will focus on ReST APIs and help you understand what it means to be "restful", how to design restful APIs, why we use them and how they differ from other APIs.
The seminar covers:
- What is an API and why do we use them
- What are ReST APIs and how do they differ from other APIs
- How to create, read, update and delete ReST APIs
- HTTP Status Codes
- Design decisions
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