Single REST API (also known as RESTful or restFUL API) is an architectural style for a Programme interface (API, abbreviation for "Application Programming Interface"), the HTTP requests for access to and use of dates used. This data can be used for GET, PUT, POST and DELETE data types, which refers to retrieving, updating, creating and deleting operations related to resources.
In other words, when you interact with a system and want to either retrieve information or perform functions, APIs ensure that you can communicate with the system in a way that it can understand and fulfil the request. You can think of APIs as intermediaries between users or clients and the resources or web services they need. To do this, organisations can use them to share resources and information while ensuring security, control and authentication by determining who can access which resources.
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