Resources are represented by a URI, e.g.: /employees.

To perform an action against this resource, a request is made using an HTTP verb. For example:

GET /employees

To retrieve an individual item, an ID can be specified. For example:

GET /employees/{id}

When an action is performed, you receive an HTTP status code, such as 200, 404. 

If the action returns content, then this is in JSON format.

For more details, see the Swagger definition file.