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REST API & RESTful Web Services Explained | Web Services Tutorial

In this tutorial we will learn REST API and RESTful web services. Upgrade your Clever Techie learning experience: https://www.patreon.com/clevertechie UPDATE! (9/13/19) New features and improvements for Clever Techie Patreons: 1. Download full source code with detailed comments - easy to learn and understand code 2. Weekly source code file updates by Clever Techie - every time I learn new things about a topic I will add it to the source file and let you know about the update - keep up with the latest coding technologies 3. Library of custom Clever Techie functions with descriptive, easy to understand comments - skyrocket coding productivity, code more efficiently by using Clever library of custom re-usable functions 4. Syntax code summary - memorize and review previously learned code faster 4. Organized file structure - access all Clever Techie lessons, source code, graphics, diagrams and cheat sheet from a single workspace - no more searching around for previously covered material and source code - save enormous amount of time and effort 5. Outline of topics the source file covers - fast review of all previously learned coding lessons 6. Access to all full HD 1080p videos with no ads 7. Console input examples - interactive examples that make it easier to understand and learn coding 8. Access to updated PHP Programming Book by Clever Techie Download this video's files here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/rest-api-restful-20819043 ````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````` What is REST API? REST stands for Representational State Transfer and API stands for Application Programming Interface. Representational - the resource (image, page, video, profile) is represented by the web server to the client in any format like HTML, Image, JSON, XML etc.
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State - the state of the application (web site) on a client's computer changes as the client clicks from one link to the next. Ask the client clicks on the link, they request additional resources, and the application "state" changes. Transfer - the transfer of resources from the web server to the client in a "representational" state which can be read by the client or implemented in the application program by the programmer. The transfer may also refer to the application state transfer as the client browses a web site. API - application programming interface provides useful methods/functions which a programmer can implement into his own application in a chosen programming language like PHP. The API makes it easy for programmers to implement. It's important to note that the response we get when sending REST API request will usually be in JSON, XML or other format which makes it easy to implement in the code and it's not meant to be read immediately by a human being. ``````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````


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