Oct 10, 2018

[HDGEM] Google API Design Guide

Google API Design Guide is a general design guide for networked APIs. 

It has been used inside Google since 2014 and is the guide we follow when designing Cloud APIs and other Google APIs.

External developers may find it particularly useful when designing gRPC APIs for use with Google Cloud Endpoints, and we strongly recommend such developers use these design principles. However, we don't mandate its use for any non-Google developer and you can use Cloud Endpoints and/or gRPC without following the guide.

Google API Design Guide applies to both REST APIs and RPC APIs, with specific focus on gRPC APIs. gRPC APIs use Protocol Buffers to define their API surface and API Service Configuration to configure their API services, including HTTP mapping, logging, and monitoring. HTTP mapping features are used by Google APIs and gRPC Cloud Endpoints APIs for JSON/HTTP to Protocol Buffers/RPC transcoding.



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