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The Design of Everyday APIs

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Web APIs are everywhere, giving developers an efficient way to interact with applications, services, and data. Well-designed web APIs are a joy to use; poorly-designed web APIs are cumbersome, confusing, and frustrating. The Design of Everyday APIs is a practical, example packed guide to crafting extraordinary web APIs. Author Arnaud Lauret demonstrates fantastic design principles and techniques you can apply to both public and private web APIs.

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The Design of Everyday APIs

  1. 1. Designing Extraordinary APIs With The Design of Everyday APIs—get it for 42% off with code sllauret at manning.com.
  2. 2. API design is important Are you interested in learning more about how to build and interact with web APIs? Then have a look at The Design of Everyday APIs and dive into the challenging and creative world of web API design. Don’t worry—you don’t need extensive prior experience with web APIs to use this book.
  3. 3. Make elegant APIs Poorly made web APIs can be cumbersome and confusing to use, which can frustrate the developers trying to use them. The Design of Everyday APIs teaches you design principles and techniques you can apply to creating fantastic public and private web APIs.
  4. 4. An experience-driven guide Learn to think like a web API designer, embracing effective practices for requirement gathering, blending business and technical goals, and adopting a consumer- first mindset. You'll master the lifecycle of web API design, including the secure-by- design approach. The Design of Everyday APIs teaches principles that can be applied in any style of web API.
  5. 5. Learn from an API expert The author is a software architect with 15 years of experience in the banking industry. He has spent a decade using, designing, and building web APIs. He's known as the API Handyman (http://apihandyman.io) and is the creator the API Stylebook (http://apistylebook.com), a collection of resources for web API designers.
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