Updated: Aug 24, 2021
Jun 28, 2019 | Bits In Glass
In my last blog post we talked about what an API is – an application programming interface. We learned about an API’s anatomy; that it contains inputs and outputs, and operations and data types. We also understood why the implementation is not really important to those consuming the API. This is because users only need to see the correct output response to the input request according to the operations being sent (like when using a calculator).
Now that we know the specifics of what an API is, we can start learning about why they’re important.
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