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  • Everything curl (Daniel Stenberg)

    An extensive guide to everything there is to know about curl, the project, the command-line tool, the library, how everything started and how it came to be what it is today. How we work on developing it further, what it takes to use it, etc.

  • Fullstack GraphQL (Julian Mayorga)

    The GraphQL query language radically reduces over-fetching or under-fetching of data. Learn GraphQL with a hands-on approach. Build a full stack GraphQL application step by step using NodeJS, Apollo GraphQL and React.

  • Designing Great Web APIs (James Higginbotham)

    With this practical guide, developers, architects, and tech leads will learn how to navigate complex decisions for designing, scaling, marketing, and evolving interoperable APIs. It explains API design theory and provide hands-on exercises.

  • GraphQL at Enterprise Scale (Jeff Hampton, et al)

    GraphQL makes its way into an enterprise’s tech stack through a variety of avenues, for instance, a single team eager to leverage its client-driven approach to data fetching. This guide is for engineering leaders.

  • GraphQL and Android (Mark L. Murphy)

    GraphQL is a rapidly-ascending alternative to REST for implementing Web services. This book helps you understand what GraphQL is and how to communicate with a GraphQL server, both in terms of GraphQL and Android code for reaching those servers.

  • O'Reilly® Restful Web Services (Leonard Richardson, et al)

    You'll explore the concepts behind REST, learn different strategies for creating hypermedia-based APIs, and then put everything together with a step-by-step guide to designing a RESTful Web API.

  • Undisturbed REST: A Guide to Designing the Perfect API

    Building a RESTful API is easy, but designing an API that meets business objectives, pleases your users, and is long-lived - that's hard. This book tackles these challenges head on, focusing on what you need to know in order to design the perfect API.

  • ASP.NET Core APIs Succinctly (Dirk Strauss)

    APIs are such a critical part of software that "API-first" has become a popular approach to development. This book guides you through designing your own REST API, using it to return and modify data, and versioning it as you continue to develop it.

  • ASP.NET Web API Succinctly (Emanuele DelBono)

    This book starts with a high-level overview of Web API, examining the hosting layer, message handler pipeline, and controller, and delves further into each layer in succinct detail.

  • APIs on Rails - Building REST APIs with Rails (Abraham Kuri)

    This book is a tutorial on steroids on how to buid your next API with Rails. The goal of this book is to provide an answer on how to develop a RESTful API following the best practices out there, along with the author's own experience.

  • Hands-On Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud

    Apply microservices patterns to build resilient and scalable distributed systems. Build and deploy Java microservices using Spring Cloud, Istio, and Kubernetes. It will take you through tried and tested approaches to implementing microservices architecture.

  • Practical Guide to Building an API Back End with Spring Boot

    Starting your first project with Spring Boot can be a bit daunting given the vast options that it provides. This book will guide you step by step along the way to be a Spring Boot hero in no time.

  • RESTful Java with JAX-RS 2.0: Designing and Developing

    With the book's technical guide, you'll learn how REST and JAX-RS work and when to use them. It provides step-by-step instructions for installing, configuring, and running several working JAX-RS examples, using the JBoss RESTEasy implementation.

  • The Java Web Services Tutorial (Eric Armstrong, et al)

    This book offers an essential, example-driven resource for every programmer interested in developing and deploying web services and web applications with the Java WSDP. It provides practical techniques and examples for working with Java Servlets, JSP, JSTL and the Java XML Pack to get programmers up to speed.

  • Introduction to Web Services with Java (Kiet T. Tran)

    This book focuses more on the details of a hands-on approach to Web Service programming than its specifications. Many details of the specifications are intentionally glossed over, however, so that the content remains manageable.

  • InfoQ Explores: REST (InfoQ)

    Introduction to REST (REpresentational State Transfer), the architecture behind the World Wide Web, and covers the key principles: Identifiable resources, links and hypermedia, standard methods, multiple representations and stateless communication.

  • Working with Web APIs (Launch School)

    This ook overs the basics of how web APIs work, how to interact with them, and what to think about when building your own. After reading this book, you will be able to work with web APIs in your own projects and even build your own APIs.

  • ServiceStack Succinctly (Zoran Maksimovic)

    This book is a step-by-step instructions to create robust web services using ServiceStack, an open source framework designed to be an alternative to the WCF, ASP.NET MVC, and ASP.NET Web API frameworks.

  • Pro Web 2.0 Mashups: Remixing Data and Web Services (R. Yee)

    It teaches you everything you need to create useful, dynamic real-world applications using APIs, web services, Ajax, web standards, and server-side languages, with basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and at least one server-side language.

  • Web Service and SOA Technologies (Glenn Hostetler, et al)

    This very insightful book devotes a chapter to each of several service oriented architecture (SOA) and web service-related technologies.

  • Web Servers Succinctly (Marc Clifton)

    This book provides great insights on the benefits of building your own web server, and covers different options available for threading, work processes, session management, routing, and security.

  • XML WebServices and SOAP (Vikram Ramchand, Sonal Mukhi)

    This book is an introduction to XML Web Services and the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP).

  • Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services (SCDJWS) Study

    This book is for developers who have been creating web services applications using Java technology components such as those supported by the Java Web Services Developer Pack, JAX-WS and JAXB. Other topics like XML, JSON, REST, etc.

  • Sun Certified Web Component Developer (SCWCD) Study Guide

    This book is a study guide for any candidate preparing for the new Java EE 5 version of the Sun Certified Web Component Developer exam (310-083 and upgrade 310-084).

  • Designing Web Services with the J2EE: JAX-RPC, SOAP, and XML

    This book is the authoritative guide to the best practices for designing and integrating enterprise-level Web services using the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) 1.4.

  • Improving Web Services Security: Scenarios and Implementation

    Using end-to-end application scenarios, this guide shows you how to design and implement authentication and authorization in WCF (Windows Communication Foundation).

  • Amazon Web Services For Dummies

    This easy-to-understand guide is the perfect introduction to the Amazon Web Services platform and all it can do for you. You'll learn about the Amazon Web Services tool set and how different web services works.

  • RESTful PHP Web Services (Samisa Abeysinghe)

    The book explains the basic concepts associated with the REST architectural style, but the emphasis is on creating PHP code for consuming and creating RESTful services in PHP.

  • ASP.NET Web API Succinctly (Emanuele DelBono)

    This book starts with a high-level overview of Web API, examining the hosting layer, message handler pipeline, and controller, and delves further into each layer in succinct detail.

  • RSS and Atom: Understanding Content Feeds and Syndication

    The book then goes on to examine the richness and complexity of RSS 1.0 and 1.1, again covering both how design decisions were made, then covering the XML structure in depth.

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