RESTful API Design (API-University Series) (Volume 3)

RESTful API Design (API-University Series) (Volume 3)
By Matthias Biehl

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Looking for best practices in RESTful APIs? This book is for you! Why? Because this book is packed with best practices on many technical aspects of RESTful API Design, such as the correct use of resources, URIs, representations, content types, data formats, parameters, HTTP status codes and HTTP methods. You want to design and develop APIs like a Pro? Use API description languages to both design APIs and develop APIs efficiently. The book introduces the two most common API description languages RAML and OpenAPI/Swagger. Your APIs connect to legacy systems? The book shows best practices for connecting APIs to existing backend systems. You expect lots of traffic on your API? The book shows you how to achieve high security, performance, availability and smooth evolution and versioning. Your company cares about its customers? Learn a customer-centric design and development approach for APIs, so you can design APIs as digital products. The API-University Series is a modular series of books on API-related topics. Each book focuses on a particular API topic, so you can select the topics within APIs, which are relevant for you. Keywords: RESTful, REST, API Design, API, API Description Languages, RAML, OpenAPI/Swagger


Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #350241 in Books
  • Published on: 2016-08-29
  • Original language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00" h x .66" w x 6.00" l, .87 pounds
  • Binding: Paperback
  • 290 pages

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About the Author
Matthias has provided expertise to international and national companies on software architecture, software development processes and software integration. At some point he got a PhD. Nowadays, Matthias uses his background in software engineering to help companies to realize their digital transformation agenda and to bring innovative software solutions to the market. He also loves sharing his knowledge in the classroom, at workshops and in his books. Matthias is an instructor at the API-University, publishes a blog on APIs, is author of several books on APIs and regularly speaks at technology conferences.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
3A fair book for beginners
By Eduardo Crivelli
this book has helped me to understand the conceptual aspects regarding APIs.
The author chosed an iterative style of writing, so he keeps coming back to the subjects over and over with more details or cross references inside the book at each chapter.
Some important concepts are going to be printed on your mind because of the repetition but it is a tiring process.

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
5A must-read for anyone developing and designing APIs
By Amazon Customer
A must-read for anyone developing and designing APIs. The book is full of practical advice and walks you through the important decisions you need to make when building an API. You can feel that the author is speaking from personal experience. The REST concepts are well explained, many examples show the proper application of REST and the best practices are easy to follow.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
5excellent
By Alviset Christophe
I learnt a lot. Very progressive, easy to read, suite detailed. Many thanks
Useful links to internet resources. Examples simple and to the point

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