Harihara Subramanian con Hands-On RESTful API Design Patterns and Best Practices: Design, develop, and deploy highly adaptable, scalable, and secure RESTful web APIs
Reseña del editor Build effective RESTful APIs for enterprise with design patterns and REST framework's out-of-the-box capabilities Key Features Understand advanced topics such as API gateways, API securities, and cloud Implement patterns programmatically with easy-to-follow examples Modernize legacy codebase using API connectors, layers, and microservices Book Description This book deals with the Representational State Transfer (REST) paradigm, which is an architectural style that allows networked devices to communicate with each other over the internet. With the help of this book, you'll explore the concepts of service-oriented architecture (SOA), event-driven architecture (EDA), and resource-oriented architecture (ROA). This book covers why there is an insistence for high-quality APIs toward enterprise integration. It also covers how to optimize and explore endpoints for microservices with API gateways and touches upon integrated platforms and Hubs for RESTful APIs. You'll also understand how application delivery and deployments can be simplified and streamlined in the REST world. The book will help you dig deeper into the distinct contributions of RESTful services for IoT analytics and applications. Besides detailing the API design and development aspects, this book will assist you in designing and developing production-ready, testable, sustainable, and enterprise-grade APIs. By the end of the book, you'll be empowered with all that you need to create highly flexible APIs for next-generation RESTful services and applications. What you will learn Explore RESTful concepts, including URI, HATEOAS, and Code on Demand Study core patterns like Statelessness, Pagination, and Discoverability Optimize endpoints for linked microservices with API gateways Delve into API authentication, authorization, and API security implementations Work with Service Orchestration to craft composite and process-aware services Expose RESTful protocol-based APIs for cloud computing Who this book is for This book is primarily for web, mobile, and cloud services developers, architects, and consultants who want to build well-designed APIs for creating and sustaining enterprise-class applications. You'll also benefit from this book if you want to understand the finer details of RESTful APIs and their design techniques along with some tricks and tips.Table of Contents Introduction to the Basics of RESTful Architecture Design Strategy, Guidelines, and Best Practices Essential RESTful API Patterns Advanced RESTful API Patterns Microservice API Gateways RESTful Services API Testing and Security RESTful Service Composition for Smart Applications RESTful API Design Tips A More In-depth View of the RESTful Services Paradigm Frameworks, Standard Languages, and Toolkits Legacy Modernization to Microservices-centric Apps Biografía del autor Harihara Subramanian works for the SABRE Corporation as a senior principal software architect. Hari has been working with software development and various software architecture concepts since 1999. He is an energetic and highly focused technology leader with a proven track record in software development, software architecture principles, and implementations. He has been an active contributor to various online and offline forums in different technologies, and focuses his time on technology consulting, software development, microservices architecture (MSA), Service-oriented architecture (SOA), and more. Pethuru Raj (PhD) works as the chief architect at the Site Reliability Engineering Center of Excellence, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. (RJIL), Bengaluru. Previously, he worked as a cloud infrastructure architect at the IBM Global Cloud Center of Excellence, IBM India, Bengaluru. He also had an extended stint as a TOGAF-certified enterprise architecture consultant in Wipro Consulting's services division and as a lead architect in the corporate research division of Robert Bosch, Bengaluru. He has more than 17 years of IT industry experience and 8 years' research experience.