I have been involving in building no code API builder platform Fireapis where now APIs can be built within minutes and can be consumed easily.No need to worry about deployment, scalability, availability, etc..,
Another thing is we can create different APIs resources for different environments (stage, prod, dev, or any, etc..,)
Now, I'll show you how to make an example (we say Plan) API without any code and consume our Plan API
First, enter into https://fireapis.com/ and signup, its free account
You will be landed on the Dashboard page after signup or login, go to the Environments tab
The first thing is we have to create an environment
Enter our environment name, domain URL, and a short description about the environment, then click Add
Now we have created our environment.
Next thing, we have to go to the API tab section, Click Add new API button
Enter the name and URL of our endpoint and select the environment for which API has to be built
Now, we are going to add fields for our API. Here for eg, I have added name as string type, amount as a numeric type,is_active as boolean, description as a string that can accept null and blank values. For primary key leaving a blank as it will auto add field id as primary key, if not added custom primary key
After adding all fields, click Add.
Now successfully we have created Plan API
Now we are going to test our Plan API endpoint by using the
autogenerated curl command
Going to test different request by using the auto-generated curl command
We have got success response after making a POST request for Plan API
Now we going to make GET request for the primary key using curl command
Now we have got a response for GET request using the primary key
We can check our logs, now we enter into the Logs tab section
We can see a detailed log report for different requests
Now we have created an API that can do CRUD operation in few minutes
Solving the development time and difficulties in coding, scaling, and storage of data using API within few minutes.
Fireapis also provides Logs for all the request coming in and out for your different set of environments
We hope you liked this write up and got the gist of fireapis on how it can be used in your projects
Feel free to reach out to us by Email(firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to know more about Fireapis.
I’d love to hear what you think of Fireapis and if there is anything we can improve.
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