APIs are meant to be used by multiple high-level programming languages. They offer facilities to automatically map the API to the features .These features are semantic web based and they are more natural in those languages. The aim is to summarize most of the required functionality of the API.
In the process of web development, an API is typically a defined set of Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) request messages, They should give a definition of structure of response message. This HTPP request message are written in Extensible Mark up Language(XML) or Java script Object Notation format.
General APIs are one full set of an API that is bundled in the libraries of a programming language, (Template Library in C++ or Java) API.
Specific APIs are meant to address a specific problem, Java API for XML Web services.Languages dependent APIs are available by using the syntax and elements of a particular programming language.This makes this APIs convenient to be used for that language.
Language independent APIs can be called from several programming languages. This is a desirable feature for a service-oriented API that is not bound to a specific process or system and may be provided as remote procedure calls or web services.
APIs may refer to a complete interface, a single function, or even a set of APIs provided by an organization. In this case the scope of meaning is usually determined by the context of usage.
A service-oriented API that is not bound to a specific process or system and may be provided as remote procedure calls or web services and our developers develop such APIs and specialize in social media optimization.
The recent trend has been moving away from Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) based services towards more direct Representational State Transfer (REST) style communications. Web APIs permit the combination of multiple services into new applications known as mash ups.
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Mash ups are unique sort of interactive Web applications that draw upon content retrieved from external data sources to create entirely new and innovative services. They are a hallmark of the second generation of Web applications informally known as Web 2.0.
Data modeling technologies stemming from the Semantic Web domain and service-oriented communication protocols combine to provide a new infrastructure. This is needed to develop applications that can control and integrate the huge amount of information that are available on the Web. Mash up applications are highly visible and these will have impact on the reasonable use and intellectual property.
Mash ups will have an impact on application domains such as grid computing and business to business work flow management. One of the major application of mash ups is the development of tag clouds.
APIs and Mashups