↕️Wrapping Your CRANQ Code in a REST API

Want your app to be usable from the Web? It's time to build an API.

This course uses the code created in Data Manipulation Part 1 as a starting point, but is intended as an instruction manual for wrapping any kind of CRANQ code in an API.

REST API (1/2): A Read-Only API

Dan walks you through the steps of exposing read-only backend logic through a REST API endpoint.

Lesson 2: Now, Let's Make this into a Read / Write API

In this lesson you’ll learn about creating endpoints that change data on the backend. Beyond that, this video introduces the concept of shared resources in CRANQ, and a really useful node - the β€œdepot” - which helps you control the order in which signals are transmitted.

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