API, also known as the application programming interface, is used to define interactions. These interactions can be either between software or hardware. Moreover, it acts as an intermediary that enables two applications to interact for a particular function. It fetches information and data used in an interface. APIs are particularly used to connect code components running on the same machine. Some examples include Google Maps APIs, payment integrations APIs, etc.« Back to Glossary
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