Wednesday, July 22, 2015

How are REST APIs versioned?

It seems that there are a number of people recommending using Content-Negotiation (the HTTP "Accept:" header) for API versioning. However, none of the big public REST APIs I have looked at seem to be using this approach. They almost exclusively put the API version number in the URI, with the odd exception using a custom HTTP header. I am at somewhat of a loss to explain this disconnect.


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