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12 thoughts on “ RESTful API Design (API-University Series)

  1. says:

    There might be some useful stuff in here, but the book reads like someone's term paper where they're trying to get the page count up to meet some required minimum. (eg, the comparisons of RPC and HATEOAS to REST, both reference the Richardson Maturity Model, and list it out in full even though they're on opposing pages. Sentences are repeated over and over (although slightly rephrased). So now I know how API description language

  2. says:

    This book has great information if you are trying to learn best practices of API design, but its biggest downfall is that it has a lot of grammatical mistakes, and sometimes simply uses the wrong word. If you are a native English speaker this is just distracting, but may cause problems for non native speakers. The author needs to have the b

  3. says:

    I came across this book while looking for a resource that I could us to quickly ramp.up on the best practices for RESTfull API design and as the title suggests this book delivers as promised. What I didnt expect was that in addition to being an excellent introduction and quick ramp up to a good level of professiency, it is also a very easy read that I could get through on a weekend!!

    In addition the collection of 6 books

  4. says:

    This is an excellent book on API design. The author covers everything that you should know when attempting to design and build a REST API but that you won’t unless you’ve either built several before and had to live wi

  5. says:

    This is the second book on API I've read by Mathias Biehl. The subject tends to be complex but it is well explained here. I've read many others on the subject and feel his ability to convey the concepts excels.

  6. says:

    The same concept is repeated multiple times. No new or significant insights or much practical ideas about API design.

  7. says:

    The layout and the level of details covered was just right for what I'm looking for.

  8. says:

    I have to open a connection. I need code examples that have connection authentication included. this is the wrong book.

  9. says:

    I don't often write book reviews, because books are such personal things I might love it, but you may not, and that says about you an

  10. says:

    This is possibly the best book I've read for API development. It covers all aspects, from general principles, to workflows, to API specification languages, to standards around response codes, headers, security, error handling an so on, although it doesn't cover too much in detail any of these aspects. A highly recommended read.

  11. says:

    Easy to read and explains concepts clearly without gibberish

  12. says:

    For:
    1. Gives a good thorough overview of all aspects that goes in designing the API.
    Against:
    1.A bit repetitive

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 RESTful API Design (API-University Series)

Mesh of microservices The book shows the principles for designing APIs for scalable autonomous microservicesYou expect lots of traffic on your API The book shows you how to achieve high performance availability and maintainabilityYou want to build APIs that last for decades We study API versioning API evolution backward and forward compatibility and show API design patterns for versioningThe API University Series is a modular series of books on API related topics Each book focuses on a particular API topic so you can select the topics within APIs which are relevant for you. The layout and the level of details covered was just right for what I m looking for

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Looking for Best Practices for RESTful APIsThis book is for you Why Because this book is packed with practical experience on what works best for RESTful API DesignYou want to design APIs like a Pro Use API description languages to both design APIs and develop APIs efficiently The book introduces the two most common API description languages RAML OpenAPI and SwaggerYour company cares about its customers Learn API product management with a customer centric design and development approach for APIs Learn how to manage APIs as a product and how to follow an API first approach Bu. There might be some useful stuff in here but the book reads like someone s term paper where they re trying to get the page count up to meet some reuired minimum eg the comparisons of RPC and HATEOAS to REST both reference the Richardson Maturity Model and list it out in full even though they re on opposing pages Sentences are repeated over and over although slightly rephrased So now I know how API description languages are the power tools of the API designer but what the hell do you mean by thatAnd yes there are lots of minor typos and mistakes in there that make it a bit grating to read but there is some content in there so it s not a complete waste of time but there are enough factual errors in there that I m left uestioning how much else is wrong in the book SOAP is procedural technically object methods but it s not all based on XML RPC RPCencoded SOAP is but there s also documentliteral style and doclit wrappedI d say that if you really need to read up on the topic don t shell out than the 10 for the kindle version As much as I prefer having a dead tree book to read it s really not worth 40

Free read ß PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Matthias Biehl

Ild APIs your customers loveYou want to manage the complete API lifecycle An API development methodology is proposed to guide you through the lifecycle API inception API design API development API publication API evolution and maintenanceYou want to build APIs right This book shows best practices for REST design such as the correct use of resources URIs representations content types data formats parameters HTTP status codes and HTTP methodsYour APIs connect to legacy systems The book shows best practices for connecting APIs to existing backend systems Your APIs connect to a. This is the second book on API I ve read by Mathias Biehl The subject tends to be complex but it is well explained here I ve read many others on the subject and feel his ability to convey the concepts excels

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