What you would learn in API Development with APIGEE - X course?
The course introduces the API and its life cycle according to APIGEE. The APIGEE provisioning process is described and configured, demonstrating each step. Once the APIGEE is set up, it is possible to build API proxy services or API products. The APIGEE's components APIGEE are described, and the connection between them.
Different types of policies can be employed when creating API proxy servers. The proxy creation process begins with the essential proxies to comprehend the API's environment. The process of creating proxies is described in both Classic and in the newly released Proxy Editor.
After gaining an understanding of the context, The course will continue to define and develop different proxy systems that are based on complicated policies.
These are the various types of API proxy services that have been created.
Webservices that call SOAP
The calling Java Class utilizes the features of Java.
Service callout policies are used by calling external endpoints within the service and the proxy to obtain the necessary information to run the proxy.
Callout policies for flow are created to call shared flows so that the same functionality can be used again.
Different types of security management are explained and implemented using policies such as Oauth basic Authentication, XML Thret Protection, JSON Threat Protection, JSON Web Token(JWT), JSON Web Signature (JWS), API key, and HMAC.
The API creation and API deployment procedures are described in detail to help you understand the system. The steps to utilize components such as the Developer portal, Apps as well as Product are explained using examples.
Apigee provisioning Create API Proxy and API products.
Security is applied to API proxy Security of API proxy API keys, OAUTH 2.0, Basic Auth
Transforming messages and handling SOAP web services
Create an API proxy using the OpenAPI specification
Validation with the help of OpenAPI specifications and WSDL