REST architectural style defines a number of basic rules (constraints),
and if you adhere to these rules, your applications will exhibit a
number of desirable characteristics, such as simplicity, scalability,
performance, evolvability, visibility, portability, and reliability.The basic rules are:Everything that's interesting is named via a URI and becomes an addressable resourceEvery resource exposes a uniform interface (e.g., GET, PUT, POST, DELETE)You
interact with the resource by exchanging representations of the
resource's state using the standard methods in the uniform interface"
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