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An API, or Application Programming Interface, provides a standard way to expose your business logic and processes to other applications.
By creating an API any external developer can make use of your data as well as your business logic and workflows.
You've seen this sort of thing used all the time. A typical example that you've probably seen is a site that lists tweets specific to the bu...