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A RESTful API (Application Programming Interface) employs the principles of Representational State Transfer to allow
different software systems to communicate with each other. It's a set of rules and conventions for building and
interacting with web services.
In RESTful API, everything is considered a 'resource.' These could be users in a system, products in an online store, or
any other data entities.
RESTful APIs primarily use HTTP methods for communication. The most commonly used are GET (retrieve data), POST (send
data), PUT (update data), and DELETE (remove data).
A critical principle of REST is 'statelessness.' It means that each request from a client to the server must contain all
the information needed to understand and process the request.
Another advantage is their simplicity. They are easy to use and understand, making them a favorite for developers. For
example, when you enter a URL into your web browser, you are effectively using a RESTful API.
Understanding the Representational State Transfer methodology will set you off on the right foot when dealing with APIs.
As you delve deeper into the world of web development, you'll discover the pivotal role RESTful APIs play in powering
the web services we use daily.
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