Join Michael Sullivan for an in-depth discussion in this video Consuming a web API, part of Up and Running with ASP.NET.
…Now let's see what it looks like to make calls to…our restful API from a client that you're probably more familiar with.…We'll use a web form to test a jQuery Ajax call…and also a C Sharp service side call in the code behind.…We'll continue with the Explore California solution from the last video, so that we…can run a single application to test all this to keep things a little simpler.…We'll just add our Web Form to the API project.…So right-click, Add, and you can choose Web Form right from this Context menu.…
I'm going to call it API client.…Let's go ahead and add a title up here.…Explore California Tours.…And then I'm going to add an ID to this inner div, so that…I can use it to dynamically add content that I retrieve from my web API.…We'll just call it tours.…Now in the scripts folder, let's go ahead and…add the minimized J Query library to the page.…And underneath that, I'm going to add a function.…To be executed when the dom is ready.…
An easy way to retrieve all of the tours…in the system, using jQuery Ajax, is to getJSON method.…
- Exploring .NET in general and ASP.NET in particular
- Creating controllers and views
- Working with models and forms
- Managing data
- Creating web APIs
- Establishing connections with SignalR
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Exploring the Framework and the Development Environment
2. Structuring Applications
3. Working with Data
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4. Web API and RESTful Services
5. Real-Time Web with SignalR
6. Hands-On Practice
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