This is an OAuth 2.0 term that refers to a token used to renew an access token and be issued a new one.
This is an OAuth 2.0 term that refers to the owner of the data stored in the resource server.
This is an OAuth 2.0 term that refers to a server that provides a user's resources to an application.
Only when an application sends a request with a valid access token will it accept the request and provide a user's resources to the application.
REST (Representational State Transfer) is a constraint used to create web services. It is a software architecture style that defines the resources present in the network and a methodology for specifying the address of each resource.
RESTful API refers to API (Application Programming Interface) designed according to the REST format.
• URI specifies a resource
• URI then defines CRUD actions for resources
• Create - POST (resource creation)
• Read - GET (resource information inquiry)
• Update - PUT (resource information update)
• Delete - DELETE (resource deletion)