What is a RESTful API?

RESTful

REST stands for representational state transfer, it is an architectural style consisting of a coordinated set of components, connectors, and data elements within a distributed hypermedia system.

The focus in this system is on common roles and a specific set of interactions between data elements rather than implementation details.

REST is basically the underlying architectural principle of the web and an application programming interface (API) that adheres to the principles of REST does not require the client to know anything about the structure of the API.

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Name of Technology:

RESTful API

Year Introduced:

2000

Invented by :

Roy Fielding

Open Source or Proprietary:

Open Source

Main technology category:

Software

Patent:

No

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