Software running on a single device is almost always only the tip of an iceberg: it usually communicates with other software by the use of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). There are an infinite number of ways to structure data when software communicates, but some conventions have developed over time in order to rein in the chaos of every programming interface implementing its own protocol. This post launches a series examining various conventions to structure APIs.More →
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