Information Technology

Application Programming Interface Overview

Course Code: 01-05-T927

Communication protocols in programming are established during software and interface development. This class provides an overview of Application Programing Interface (API) so that you can make well-informed decisions when designing an interface. The class format includes lecture, hands-on exercises, and real-world examples.

Finding agile solutions and delivering technology projects can be difficult. It can be especially difficult for a non-IT professional to understand how different technological elements work together. This is the recommended fifth class of the Technical Solutions Delivery Certificate. This certificate provides you with an overview of the programs and systems commonly used in projects so that you can communicate and collaborate effectively with your project team.

Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Outline Application Programming Interface and its relation to the framework.
  • Identify core logic and how it works.
  • Understand security in the service framework.
  • Compare hosting choices and decentralization.

Prerequisite: You should be familiar with using personal computers, the mouse, and keyboard. You should be able to use Windows to launch and close programs, navigate to information stored on the computer, and manage files and folders.

Intended Audience: This course is appropriate for anyone, but it is especially ideal for communications professionals engaged in project planning. It equips non-IT professionals with a basic understanding of the IT world.