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- [Narrator] We've created a pretty simple API interface…that can act as the basis for a much more extensive platform…driving applications from the data stored by Fitbit.…We can combine this information…with information from other APIs…creating a whole new world of opportunities.…Even just integrating with the Fitbit data…there are a number of things we can do…to extend this simple platform.…The first and most obvious thing…is to add more data to the API.…The Fitbit API provides a rich array…of in points beyond activity information.…
You can access data on nutrition, heart rate,…weight, and a number of other items.…Using these in points, you could combine the responses…into a cohesive response for your platform clients,…supporting functionality for cool visualizations…or tracking applications.…But now that we're talking about adding more data,…we're adding more complexity to the interaction…with Fitbit and our API can't respond…until it gets all of the data back from Fitbit.…Since you're relying on an external service,…
- Setting up the development environment
- Consuming an API using HTTPie
- Inspecting Mongo data
- Updating the server for MongoDB read functionality
- Setting up application endpoints
- Implementing user endpoints, progress endpoints, and promises
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. API Fundamentals
2. Database Setup
3. Set Up the Fitbit API
4. Create the Progress API
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