What is an API?
Profound API provides an interface for REST APIs. A REST API (also known as RESTful API) is a method of making a routine (any callable piece of logic) available to be called either locally or over a network via the HTTP protocol. This is typically used for code that performs a task, such as:
Reading from and writing to databases
Performing business operations
Interfacing with another system
Without a tool like Profound API to manage your REST APIs, they can become outdated, lost, or unused.
Profound API provides tools to avoid those concerns by allowing people to:
Create, organize and expose APIs with ease
Easily document APIs to help with both consuming and maintaining the APIs
Quickly find, modify, and test any API within the designer tool
Review analytical statistics about all APIs across a system via a dashboard that includes charts and summaries
Integrate easily with consumer applications by using the openAPI specifications