All Coursera Quiz Answers

Module quiz: REST APIs Quiz Answers

In this article i am gone to share Coursera Course: APIs by Meta Week 1 | Module quiz: REST APIs Quiz Answers with you..

Also visit:  Final graded quiz: APIs Quiz Answers


Module quiz: REST APIs Quiz Answers

Question 1)
What are the benefits of using pipenv? Choose all that apply.

  • It manages the dependencies
  • It makes your project run faster
  • It makes your project more secure
  • It creates a virtual environment for your project

Question 2)
What is the default port number used by Django webserver?

  • 8001
  • 8000
  • 443

Question 3)
What does the following command do?

python startapp

  • It creates a Django project
  • It creates a new Django app
  • It installs Django

Question 4)
Authentication and authorization are the same thing.

  • True
  • False

Question 5)
Which of the following HTTP status codes are used to indicate client-side and server-side errors? Choose all that apply.

  • 503 – Service Unavailable
  • 404 Not Found
  • 301- Moved Permanently
  • 403 – Forbidden
  • 201 – Created

Question 6)
What are the valid Accept headers for requesting XML content? Choose all that apply.

  • application/xml-content
  • application/xml
  • text/xml
  • application/x-xml
  • code/xml

Question 7)
What can lead to data corruption in an API project? Choose all that apply.

  • Lack of caching
  • Lack of authorization
  • Lack of authentication
  • Lack of throttling
  • Lack of data validation and sanitization

Question 8)
Which of the following statements are valid for Insomnia? Choose all that apply.

  • It’s a REST API Client
  • Insomnia can send different types of payloads
  • Insomnia has a mobile client
  • Insomnia has a command line tool
  • Insomnia is cross-platform

Question 9)
Which of the following API clients/tools has both web and desktop versions?

  • Postman
  • Insomnia
  • Curl

Question 10)
What is the purpose of renderer classes in DRF?

  • Convert model instance to native Python data types
  • Convert serialized data to display as HTML, XML and JSON
  • Quickly scaffold a CRUD API project