RESTful API Development
Today's software world there are only a few applications that don't have a REST API facilities. Applications such as Google, Yahoo, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook offers RESTful API and generate business. Without APIs growth would be impossible to achieve. Because REST delivers resources in a logical, efficient and standard way for Internet services.
Representational state transfer (REST) or RESTful Web services are one way of providing interoperability between computer systems on the Internet. REST-compliant Web services allow requesting systems to access and manipulate textual representations of Web resources using a uniform and predefined set of stateless operations. As its importance is growing quickly as all technologies moving towards an API orientation. Every major development language now includes frameworks for building RESTful Web services.
Every software system uses resources such as pictures, video files, Web pages, business information, or anything that can be represented in a computer-based system. The purpose of a service is to provide a window to its clients so that they can access these resources in a maintainable, extensible, and scalable manner.
RESTful APIs bring many benefits to applications:
The API can be easily integrated into the web as they use HTTP methods explicitly will interact in a stateless manner where resources can be identified by URIs allowing a simple way to interact with a system and security can be achieved through both the transport layer and a variety of request filtering.
Whether you’re looking to enhance your current platform or development new web application's API, we’re flexible enough to handle this by delivering API which will simple to set up and configure including all the common parameters that characterise the RESTful web service, such as URL, HTTP method type, query parameters, and HTTP error handler.
We always focus on business goals when we design and write software, the success of your business is our main concern. So, contact us today for your next API development project.