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Versioning Tips for RESTful API Design

by martin on December 11th, 2011

Brian Mulloy at Apigee wrote a short article on versioning for Web APIs where he contrasts three different methods of including versioning information in a URL. These include using a timestamp or version number in the URL path, or accepting a version number as an optional parameter. Brian suggests using a mandatory version number as far left in the URL as possible, and using a whole number instead of dot notation for your versions.

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