In the past few years developers have used RESTful web services over HTTPs to expose business functions using an API. The REST API uses server-driven fixed data responses which means a developer client can8217t determine the result of a response. Instead the server sends all the data back to the client which is called over-fetching. The developer client needs to invoke multiple REST APIs after the first call until the client gets the required data which results in under-fetching.
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