Testing an HTTPS site locally with Postman requires some additional configuration. Explore how to configure Postman and test the project over HTTPS.
- [Instructor] If you're using Postman to test your API…like I am, you may run into this problem.…This looks like an error but it's actually…just Postman being cautious.…The certificate that asp.net core uses…for https on your local machine is a self sign certificate.…Self sign certificates are a bad thing out on the internet…but they're fine for local development.…We can temporarily disable the SSL certificate check.…Do that in Settings,…and turn off SSL certificate verification.…
In production your web server will use…a properly signed SSL certificate.…Now the request works.…I'd recommend toggling the validation switch back on…when you use Postman with other APIs.…
- What is RESTful design?
- Building a new API with ASP.NET Core
- Using HTTP methods
- Returning JSON
- Creating RESTful routing with templates
- Securing RESTful APIs with HTTPS
- Representing resources
- Representing links
- Representing collections
- Sorting and searching collections
- Building forms
- Adding caching to an ASP.NET Core API
- Configuring user authentication and authorization
Skill Level Intermediate
1. REST API Concepts
2. Build a Basic API
3. Versioning and Errors
4. Secure the API
5. Represent Resources
6. Represent Links
7. Represent Collections
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8. Sorting Collections
9. Searching Collections
10. Forms and Modifying Data
11. Caching and Compression
12. Authentication and Authorization
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