What are APIs?
An API or application program interface is a set of routines, protocols, and tools that are used to build software. An API specifies how software components interact with each other. APIs are used to develop a program by providing the building blocks that a developer can then put together to build the complete software. API documentation is used to facilitate implementation and usage.
Why learn APIs?
In today’s market, it is common for software to interact with 3rd party pieces of code to function as intended. If you are building dynamic software, there is a high chance that you will need data from outside sources. API integration allows the software you are building to successfully interact with other programs. To learn more about APIs, contact us for information about our Web Development Immersive Course