As I was reading a book about Programming Languages, I saw a part that I thought the term "are" has been omitted from the sentence. Here is the whole text:
The API we are going to develop is a simple but useful one (well useful for me anyway!). With my ever-advancing years and worsening state of decrepitude, I wanted to write an API that would store “command-line snippets,” (e.g., dotnet new web -n ), as I’m finding it harder and harder to recall them when needed. In essence it’ll become a command-line repository that you can query should the need arise. Each “resource” will have the following attributes: • Howto: Description of what the prompt will do, for example, add a firewall exception, run unit tests, etc. • Platform: Application or platform domain, for example, Ubuntu Linux, Dot Net Core, etc. • Commandline: The actual command line snippet, for example, dotnet build.
Our API will follow the standard set of create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations common to most REST APIs, as described in the following table below.
I think that there was an "are" between the two bold terms "operations" and "common". Actually I described the whole last 3 lines as:
Our API will follow the standard set of create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations are common to most REST APIs, as described in the following table below.
And as you can see above, I added "are" between "operations" and "common". Now, did I add it correctly? If I don't, then how to translate last 3 lines??