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Create a New API on Publisher Dashboard
How to create a new API on the Publisher Dashboard of an Azure API Management Service?
If you are new to the Publisher Dashboard of an Azure API Management Service, you can follow this tutorial to a new API.
1. Log in to the Publisher Dashboard as shown in the previous tutorial.
2. Click APIs from the menu. You see the API list page.
3. Click "+ Add API" on the API list page. You see the new API form.
4. Select "Blank API" template.
5. Fill in the form with the following:
Display name: First API Display name of this new API Name: first-api Internal name of this new API Description: Our first API Web service URL: http://echoapi.cloudapp.net/api Base URL of the backend service to support this new API The above URL is echoes the request body only You should replace with your own URL URL scheme: HTPS Web API URL suffix: first Base URL: https://fyicenter.azure-api.net/first Base URL of this new API to the public Tags: Test Product: Starter API product to help control API access Version this API: [ ]
6. Click "Create" button. A new API will be created.
Now you have an empty API waiting for operations to be added.
The picture below shows you steps to create a new API on Publisher Dashboard of an Azure API Management Service:
â‡’ View API Details on Publisher Dashboard
â‡ Login to Azure API Management Publisher Dashboard
â‡‘ Using Azure API Management Publisher Dashboard
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