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There is no sensible way to tell the client "here's what you can do next", because the "REST" API allows anything at any time. Here's an example, from my own app, which showed me the problem with this approach. /user/<username>/changepassword/user/<username>/resetpassword I'm just doing what the article suggests, which is to expose my domain model, and all that I can do with it. So what to do instead? What did we do in our REST API to fix the above? And that's pretty much it. BuiltWith Technology Lookup.


JSON Web Tokens - Fonts. Build a Node API Client – Part 1: REST Principles. If you want developers to love your API, focus the bulk of your efforts on designing a beautiful one. If you want to boost adoption of your API, consider a tool to make life easier on your users: client libraries. Specifically, Node.js client libraries. This series will cover our playbook for building a stable, useful Node.js client in detail, in three parts: Part 1: Need-to-know RESTful Concepts Part 2: REST client design in Node.js Part 3: Functionality If you would like to learn general REST+JSON API design best practices, check out this video. Lastly, keep in mind that while these articles use Node.js, the same concepts apply to any other language client with only syntax differences. OK. HATEOAS, usually pronounced ‘Haiti-ohs’, is an acronym for “Hypermedia As The Engine of Application State”. HATEOAS is still considered the ideal target for REST API design, but at times, HATEOAS will present a challenge to our REST client design efforts.

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