Most developers often leave some very important things when working with the two. You might find an API that when tested, works pretty well and meets all its expectations. However, the same API might be very difficult to integrate with other applications due to some of the things that developers forget or assume. Most of these things revolve around writing clean coding.
Extensibility refers to the ability of the API user (in this case the developer implementing your API) to extend the API and its core. Even though there are many benefits of using SaaS, imagine a situation where you are subscribed to a SaaS application that even if you offered to pay more to get more space, for instance, you would not be able to do that. Chances are that you would look for another provider that meets your requirements.
Finally, you need to make sure that you have detailed documentation for your API. Some developers might assume that since they have followed all the steps above, their code is clean, easy to understand, and extensible, and therefore they do not need to have the API documentation.
This is wrong since that documentation plays a major role in helping the API users to understand the API even more. Always remember that an API can be seen as a contract between the API consumer and its owner, and that contract should never be breached!
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