It’s a good way to think about it. But note that there is more to REST, such as the methods (e.g.
GET/POST/DELETE... ), the response codes (e.g.
404/503... ) etc.
Also by convention, we usually plurize the nouns. So it would be
/api/users instead of
/api/user. This is because we think of web resources almost like files in a folder. So
/api/users would be a “folder” containing all users. To access user 12345 in the
users “folder”, we would call