Modeling your REST API responses

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As an Engineer, I strongly believe that standardization has lots of benefits and we should always follow the industry standards for good. One case where I believe that the standards should be followed is when modeling a REST API HTTP response codes for its endpoints.

In this blog post, I’ll talk about HTTP methods, HTTP response codes, and present a simple REST API response code modeling for the most…

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Tackling big problems with simple solutions. Software Engineer @ Farfetch http://linkedin.com/in/nelson-parente

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Nelson Parente

Nelson Parente

Tackling big problems with simple solutions. Software Engineer @ Farfetch http://linkedin.com/in/nelson-parente

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