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Create, Secure, and Publish APIs with IBM API Connect v2018

This course teaches you how to create, publish, and secure APIs with IBM API Connect V2018. You build Node.js API applications with the LoopBack framework. You define API interfaces according to the OpenAPI specification. You assemble message processing policies and define client authorization schemes, such as OAuth 2.0, in the API definition. You publish APIs and make them available on a secure gateway and on the Developer Portal.

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Create APIs in API Connect
  • Implement APIs with the LoopBack Node.js framework
  • Create message processing policies that transform API requests and responses
  • Authorize client API requests with security definitions
  • Enforce an OAuth flow with an OAuth 2.0 API security
  • Publish, and test APIs on the API Connect cloud

This course is designed for API developers: software developers who define and implement API operations.

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