An application programming interface (API) is a set of functions that allows applications to interact with external software elements and access specific data, services, or operating systems. It is a type of communication between the system and the user. Four main request methods can be performed using the API:
- GET. Request for information;
- PUT. Used to send information and create objects;
- POST. Updates information about an object;
- DELETE. Removing an object.
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