APIs allow different software applications to communicate with each other, enabling data sharing and integration.
APIs act as a bridge between different software systems, allowing them to communicate with each other in a standardized and controlled way. They allow developers to create more flexible and integrated software applications that can easily communicate and exchange data with other systems. In digital commerce, APIs are used to facilitate communication and data exchange between the frontend and backend systems. For example, an ecommerce website may use APIs to:
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