In this tutorial we will show you how to create an API for a new website to use, and how to manage it from the command line.

First, let’s make a simple example project that lets you build a REST API.

The project should work with just a simple PHP script, but we will make sure to create a few additional files and libraries to make the project easier to work with.

We will also add a simple API to the app to make it easier to interact with the API.

This project will work with the Google Developers Console (gdc) as well. 

We will also create a simple app in PHP that we will call our API.

Let’s begin by creating the project folder in our new WordPress directory.

First, we need to create our new directory. 

By default, the new directory will be called app_data, but you can create it as app_info.

You will need to add the app_dev_name and app_tag to the .gitignore file. 

Open the directory.

You should see two files: app_code.php and app.js.

Open the app.php file and add the following code:     def get_app_id_tokens(app_name,app_tag,app):     return “” + app_name + “: ” + app.tags + “”     return “”     Now, run the php app.py file and you should see this output:     >>> app.get_appid_token() #: app.id_ok = 0       >>> app = app_api.get(‘/’, app_tags) >>> app[‘id_user’] = 0 >>> app[“id_users”] = 0 Now, open the app’s settings and modify the get_url_for_token method to retrieve the appid token.

This is important, because the app should never need to retrieve this token again.

Now open the api.js file and replace the code below with the following:     function get_api_token(app, app_id):     var token = ‘Get a token from Google Developers console!Get your app’s ID”     return token Now, create the PHP script that we created earlier to start the API:         function __init__(__name__, __args__, app, appid, apptags, appdev_tag):     $uri = __name__ + ‘/api.php’;     $args = array();     $app = new API($uri,$args);     app.start();     return app;     The API.php script looks like this:     $api = new Api();      $api.register(‘api_dev’, $api);     $service = new Service();     service.add_service(‘api’, $app);     service_delete( $api );     __end__     Now we will create a service.php in the new WordPress folder that we just created, called get_service.php.

The API.js will look like this.

    service = new api(‘/api’);     service[‘id’] = 1;     service(‘id_dev’] = 2;     app_add_route(‘/v1/service’, ‘GET’, ‘/’, function() {     $id = app.api[‘id’];     return $id; });     service[0] = ‘/v1’;     service [1] = ‘id’;     app[‘name’] = ‘my app’;     api_service_create( $id );     api.service_destroy( $service );     service_.on_delete = function() {}      This will create the service, set it’s name, and then execute a POST request to get the ID of the app that has access to the API server. 

If you don’t want the API to get updated, you can also just delete the service.service object.

To get the id of the API service, use a similar approach. 

The code below will create an api service, then call the API when the service is destroyed.

    function api_add( service, service_id ) {     service( service_sid, service );     if( service[‘user’] !== service[‘client’] ) {         delete service_service( service );         return false;         }         if( !

service[‘dev’] !

== service[‘app’] )         return true;         service_destroy();         }     function apis_destroy() {         if ( !

service_dev !

== app_debug )         delete app_service();         return;         else         return api_destroy

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