Get requirements right the first time. Create API's that users can try and give feedback, then implement changes based on that feedback in hours/days, not weeks/months.
With working API's in your Sandbox, you can use these to jump start testing and user interface development instead of waiting until the final API's are ready.
From Sandbox API's, you can generate OpenAPI documents instead of creating docs by hand or even worse, generating from source code.
Four different access tokens are provided to give to your API users, more coming.
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Use our GUI Designer browser application to build API's quickly and add data to collections.
Anything you can do in our GUI Designer, you can do in the RestPoint API. So API's can implemented on the fly in scripts.
Users can start at the root of your API and crawl their way through API's using the auto generated links.
Any updates to data in the API's can be published via URL to any external service. This way, real data can be kept up to date in your API's.
Design collections, resources and types in your Sandbox and deploy only the collections you specify to endpoints in Production for external users to send requests.
Generate API's from OpenAPI docs or JSON so building API's is even faster.