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What is an API? An application programming interface (API) is the interface implemented by an application which allows other applications to communicate with it. API's are normally invisible to the end users. API's are pieces of coding that are created by programmers for their applications that allow other applications to interactively work together. API's are built to expose only chosen functionality and/or data while on the back end keeping other parts of the application safe.
API's are everywhere and not hard to come by, but if you are looking to get a custom API you have come to the right place. Many large companies use custom API's such as Google Maps API, Twitter API, and Flickr API, which were all custom made for a specific purpose. How you actually use an API really depends on the needs you are trying to fulfill as well as your level of expertise. API's are unique to each individual need and can be very simple such as copy and paste all the way to Google Maps API which is very complex.
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