As the Gurus rightly said You must write code for humans, let’s follow theirÂ idea as we considerÂ ourselves as one of the Â responsible software developers.
To write such code you need practice, a dedicated number of years of experience and of course “A Guide”. You might practice a lot and add years to your experience but getting a Guru is little tough. You are blessed if you have one.
The buzzing key word in the IT industry is â€œWEB APIâ€ and almost all the leading organization have registered there APIs for the world to use. API is an acronym for Application Programing Interface. WEB API is an interface that defines a request-response message system and expressed by either JSON or XML. By crafting their APIs these companies target the developer as their customer. So for a developer its essential to learn the APIs and their usability for their respective applications. WEBAPIs are RESTful in nature and as a developer we must know the rules of making our application restful.
We have masters in the world for WEB APIs, but this article targets absolute new comers to the world of WEB APIS. This is like an index for your WEB API learning and I have tried my best to compile as many resource as possible to strengthen your learning. As you read the article and move along the page your interest might increase to add something else that I have missed, make sure to put a comment if you want to suggest something.
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