API Endpoint

An API endpoint is a URL that provides an Application Programming Interface (API) and to which applications can send requests. The API then processes the request and returns a response, which is either returned directly to the application or indirectly through other API endpoints. API endpoints can be used for a variety of purposes, such as retrieving data, creating or updating data, or performing actions.

Using the Marini Integration Platform, APIs can be connected via a no-code UI and all available endpoints can be connected easily and with just a few clicks.

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