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There are APIs you can use to make your app receive phone calls, and there are APIs you can use to get a list of items to bid on. Whether you’re trying to use an existing API from Twilio or eBay or build your own API in Python, Java, or Node.js, Udemy has a course to help you get your app up and running.

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Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are the glue you use to access other apps and services. If you build an API, you make it possible for other apps to make use of your service. There are a range of different API styles appropriate for different situations.

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An Application Programming Interface (API) is an interface through which a developer can allow one application to "talk" to another application, critically integrating separate applications without any potential disruption or miscommunication. When developing an application that interacts with other applications, it's vitally important that each application interacts through the API layer. Otherwise, the data may not be appropriately imported or exported, validated, or secured. Every application builds its specific API or methods of communication. Developers will need to learn about a given API to start using it. An API can provide a powerful way for developers to create an entire ecosystem of inter-related products like Adobe solutions or the Microsoft suite.