API Integration

API (Application Programming Interface) enables interaction between data, applications and devices.

An API is a software intermediary that allows two applications to talk to each other.

API Integration connects two or more applications via their APIs to perform a joint function and communicate with each other.

The most common API is the REST API. 70% of public APIs are REST APIs.  REST stands for Representational State Transfer. REST APIs principles include client-server, stateless, cacheable, uniform interface, layered system, and code on demand. REST APIs use HTTP requests to get, put, post and delete data.

Additional and common web service APIs include SOAP, XML-RPC, and JSON-RPC.

Uses

  • Web-based System
  • Operating System
  • Database System
  • Computer Hardware
  • Software Library

Why It’s Worth Considering

  • Automation
  • Efficiency
  • Integration
  • Application
  • Adaption
  • Personalization

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