Anyway now I want to try to take it a step further. I want to dabble into API's. I watched a few videos and understand what they are and I feel like it's an important skill to know how to use them.
So my first "Project" I gave myself was to use the API of Amazon and Walmart and simply build a page where I type in let's say "iPhone 7" and it goes and searches it and get's the most relevant result from each respective store and shows it on my page with it's price, picture and what not so I can see where I can find it for cheaper rather than having to open two tabs and search on both sites.
Please follow the steps in the “Working with Visa APIs” link below to register and create a Visa Developer application.
This guide walks you through the key steps for application creation, credentials, and connection validation.
If you are ready after testing your App in sandbox, send us a production request and we will evaluate your Application and other credentials. Please let us know of any other questions.
APIs on Code Camp!
You will get hands-on experience with a few popular web APIs, including APIs from Spotify and Twilio. As long as you know the absolute basics of coding and the web, you'll have no problem following along. 9apps