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RESTful API Using Node.js With Express
- Simple API design and pragmatic REST Web service, with only 2 base URLs per resource
- Keep verbs out of your base URLs
- Our HTTP verbs are POST, GET, PUT, and DELETE (Create, Read, Update, Delete)
- Concrete names are better than abstract
Getting to know these technologies and developing solid skills using asynchronous behavior, necessary to build HTML5 apps for desktop and/or mobile browsers.
This talk came about as a desire to develop with a local API. Using a local API, I can develop a client application with Backbone.js and utilize the asynchronous behaviours that come with the API. I am not suggesting that anyone uses this tutorial to build a RESTful API for a production application. However, I do advocate developing with a local API rather then just mocking a server without asynchronous interations with JSON data. If you are not working with a RESTful API and are not consuming data using AJAX, in a few hours you can be.
I am front end engineer from Cleartrip. Currently working on mobile apps for cleartrip. My previous experience was with creating hybrid mobile apps. Have worked on more than 20 hybrid apps.