REST APIs

REST (Representational State Transfer) APIs are a type of web service that allows communication between different systems or devices. They provide a way for different software applications to exchange data and functionality over the internet. REST APIs use HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) to make requests and receive responses between client and server. They are designed to be lightweight, flexible, and scalable, making them well-suited for use in modern web and mobile applications.

We use a set of standard HTTP methods, such as GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE, to perform different actions on resources. For example, a GET request might retrieve data from a server, while a POST request might create a new resource. TheAPIs are typically based on HTTP and use URLs to access resources. They may also use authentication methods, such as OAuth or API keys, to ensure that only authorized users can access the API. One of the benefits of this approach is that APIs are flexible and can be used with a variety of programming languages and platforms. They are also widely adopted, making them a popular choice for developers looking to integrate different systems or devices.

All our delievered solutions have an API library that you can access from within your other programs or systems built by other authors.