What you should know before watching this course
1. Who Needs Your API?
Why good API design is important
Three approaches to adding an API
Tips for modeling APIs
Identifying activities and breaking them into steps
Identifying participants and activities to order a book online
2. What Does Your API Look Like?
Creating and grouping API methods
Mapping activities to verbs and actions
Validating your API
3. How Does Your API Work?
Overview of HTTP
HTTP headers and response codes
REST APIs: The six constraints, part 1
REST APIs: The six constraints, part 2
4. Common Design Challenges
Authentication and authorization
Versioning best practices
Choosing media types and processing content
Advanced HTTP headers: Content negotiation and caching
SDK design considerations
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