REST Developers

9 results from Eastern Europe

REST - Representational State Transfer, style of architecture for crafting network applications.

Andriy P.

UA

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Front End Developer

Technical lead and software engineer with more than 9 years experience in developing

Andriy S.

UA

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Tech Lead Senior .NET Developer (back-end)

I’m a server and desktop .Net applications developer/architect. Have deep experience in .Net Framework core, libraries and tools.

Roman T.

UA

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Team Lead

More than 18 years of experience in IT industry and more than 15 years in development.

Igor B.

UA

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PHP developer

PHP developer (full stack)

Alexander B.

UA

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Senior Principal Application Developer

IT Professional with 10+ years experience in Software Research and Development.

Dmytro V.

UA

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Senior API Developer

Interested in participating of Web and/or Service oriented distributed systems.

Alexey K.

UA

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Ruby On Rail Developer

Software Engineer with 10+ years of strong working experience in enterprise software engineering

Nazar S.

UA

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Technical Lead

Consider myself qualified engineer with 7 years experience

Vitalii K.

UA

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Full time

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CTO

I’m interested for a new projects as Erlang/Python projects in EU and US.

Do you need to hire a REST developer for your project?

REST stands for Representational State Transfer, and it’s a style of architecture for crafting network applications.

REST API design, in simple terms, means writing code which allows you to use other software as a “black box” – meaning that you can integrate important functionalities into your own project in an easy way, and without having to integrate the whole application with your own system.

It is very commonly used in web development. Developers don’t need to install new software, or use any libraries to take advantage of a REST API.

It was first defined in the year 2000, and it has proven very useful thanks to the incredible flexibility that it provides to developers.

In a sense, a REST API makes it possible to “call” another system, and ask it for the data that your system needs.

REST relies on using the HTTP protocol, the fundamental protocol of the World Wide Web, for all key data operations – creating, reading, updating and deleting.

There are five key constraints to the REST style of design:

  • Stateless – requests themselves contain the state necessary to handle requests
  • Uniform interface – anything that can be done in third party web services, can also be achieved with REST architecture
  • Cacheable – caching is an important feature of the World Wide Web, and API-generated data needs to be defined as cacheable or not, in order to avoid serving old data through the API
  • Client-Server – REST allows servers to be built simpler, and to scale more effectively, because the Uniform Interface separates servers from clients, meaning that server issues (like data storage) do not affect the end-point client
  • Layered – it means that REST APIs should be layered in a way that the client can’t tell whether it’s connecting with the end server, or a different server layer, which can greatly enhance security

 

REST APIs have become a key part of web development, so knowing how to use, integrate, and develop REST APIs is a very important skills for developers to have, especially on the back-end side of your project.

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