Software Services have become more complex and collaborative over the years. Developers no longer need to create every service from scratch. APIs allow developers to access data from a service (like Google or Twitter) without knowing how the codebase has been implemented.
API or Application Programming Interface is a software intermediary that allows two applications to talk to each other. APIs are an essential part of software development today because each service component is distributed into a single contained entity and hence requires communication with other services for processing requests.
APIs 101 with Postman aims to teach you the essentials of APIs. In a hands-on session, make your first HTTP Request and explore the world on HTTP APIs. Postman is a collaborative API development platform that simplifies creating, using and testing APIs with a UI.
None (No prior knowledge required)
I am a keen observer of upcoming technologies and am a very enthusiastic Open Source Contributor.
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