RESTful API

A RESTful API (Representational State Transfer) is a software architectural style used for designing networked applications. It provides a standard set of conventions and principles for creating web services that are scalable, stateless, and can be easily consumed by clients using the HTTP protocol.

In a RESTful API, resources are identified by unique URLs, and interactions with these resources are managed through HTTP methods such as GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE. The API is stateless, meaning each request contains all the information necessary for the server to understand and process it. Responses are typically in a machine-readable format like JSON or XML, and clients can manipulate the resources by making requests to their respective URLs. This decoupling of client and server allows for flexibility, simplicity, and scalability, making RESTful APIs widely used in modern software development.

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