In this video, Nate summarizes what he's covered in the course, and suggest next steps for learning more about REST APIs and ASP.NET Core.
- [Nate] In this course we've covered what it means for an API to be RESTful and how to build a robust RESTful API with ASP.NET Core. Using these concepts, we built a sample API that uses Ion to model RESTful resources, hypermedia links, and collections in JSON responses. We added pagination, searching, and sorting to collections and returned form metadata to the client to aid in self-documentation. Finally, we added transport security with TLS and application security with ASP.NET Core Identity and OpenIddict.
We've covered a lot of ground in this course, but there's always more to learn. I'll be continuing the conversation over on Twitter @nbarbettini. If you have questions or comments about the course, feel free to send me a message. I'll also be blogging about this and other topics on my site recaffeinate.co. You can learn about the next steps involved in deploying your API to production in my course Deploying ASP.NET Core Applications. You can learn more about Entity Framework Core in the course Learning Entity Framework by Reynald Adolphe. Thanks for watching, and happy coding.
- REST vs. RPC
- Using HTTP methods (aka verbs)
- Returning JSON
- Creating a new API project
- Building a root controller
- Routing to controllers with templates
- Requiring HTTPS for security
- Creating resources and data models
- Returning data and resources from a controller
- Representing links (HREFs)
- Representing collections
- Sorting and searching collections
- Creating forms
- Caching and compression
- Authentication and authorization for RESTful APIs
Skill Level Intermediate
Deploying ASP.NET Core Applications (2017)with Nate Barbettini57m 57s Intermediate
1. REST API Concepts
2. Building a Basic API
3. Securing the API
4. Representing Resources
5. Representing Links
6. Representing Collections
7. Sorting Collections
8. Searching Collections
9. Forms and Modifying Data
10. Caching and Compression
11. Authentication and Authorization
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