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the IDs provided by the first endpoint are incorrect? • No guarantee that we can access the IDs provided by the first endpoint • We are wasting bandwidth on getting the friends of people we only need the name of.
people? Backend dev: /people/:id Frontend dev: It only supplies the friends names. I want to create a link to their friends, so I need their IDs too Backend dev: Okay, I’ll make a PR. Frontend dev: Do you mind adding their phone numbers too? Backend dev: Okay, I’ll make a PR.
developers to just worry about the data model • Put the client first without continuously poking your backend developers for every view • Flexibility without sacrificing simplicity • The same type-safety that Kotlin offers