What is SharePoint REST API?
What is SharePoint Rest API? Rest API stands for Representational State Transfer and is based on standard Open Data Protocol (OData). By using Rest API, we can interact with SharePoint remotely by using any technology that supports Rest protocol.
Does SharePoint have a REST API?
You can perform basic create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations by using the Representational State Transfer (REST) interface provided by SharePoint. The REST interface exposes all the SharePoint entities and operations that are available in the other SharePoint client APIs.
How do I use SharePoint REST API?
To access SharePoint resources using REST, construct a RESTful HTTP request, using the Open Data Protocol (OData) standard, which corresponds to the desired client object model API. Similarly if you want to retrieve all the items from a SharePoint list, you will use the below CSOM code.
What is Csom and JSOM in SharePoint?
What is crud REST API?
CRUD is an acronym that stands for CREATE, READ, UPDATE, and DELETE. These four database commands are the foundation of CRUD. This acronym is well-known among programmers, but many software developers view it as more of guidance since CRUD was not made as a modern way to create API.
What is Requestdigest in REST API?
Request digest is a client side “token” to validate posts back to SharePoint to prevent attacks where the user might be tricked into posting data back to the server. The token is unique to a user and a site and is only valid for a (configurable) limited time.
What is the difference between REST API and JSOM?
So JSOM supports batch processing which REST cannot provide. Basically it is defined for REST-APIs but in the current implementation there is not batch processing in SharePoint. In our code example JSOM only needs one server round trip to make that request, but REST needs two.
What is difference between Csom JSOM and REST API?