Join Michael Sullivan for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a web API, part of Learning ASP.NET.
…In this video, we'll add a restful web service to the…explore California solution, in the form of an ASP.net, web API.…We'll also use a very handy tool called fiddler to compose…different types of HTTP requests, to see how the API responds.…We're going to start where we left off…with our explore California MVC application in chapter 3.…When we were looking at entity frame code first development.…So you can continue with your own solution, I'm going to go into…the exercise files, chapter four, explore…California, and open the ExploreCalifornia solution.…
And, if you right click the ExploreCalifornia…application and go to add, you'll notice…that it is possible to add a web API controller directly to this project.…But I usually like to create a new application in the same solution for…the API, so that it can be…maintained, updated, and deployed separately if necessary.…We will be able to share some components between the…two applications though, and I'll show you how to do that.…So I'm actually going to right-click on the solution, choose Add, New Project.…
- 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
ASP.NET MVC 4 Essential Trainingwith Jess Chadwick3h 56m Intermediate
1. Exploring the Framework and the Development Environment
2. Structuring Applications
3. Working with Data
Using LINQ to Entities6m 12s
4. Web API and RESTful Services
5. Real-Time Web with SignalR
6. Hands-On Practice
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