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  • redalastor

    I worked at one where the product was available 100% through an API and where our own interface used only the public API.

    The most overlooked piece of advice I can give is : look out for typos, you're going to look silly for a very long time otherwise!

    Also, your API stability (alpha, beta, stable) may be per path so you can advise users of what is just a test and have their feedback.