Blog: WebAPI

ASP.NET Web API: Self-Hosting

Excerpt by Phil Ledgerwood

Building a service-oriented architecture with the ASP.NET Web API does not restrict you to IIS deployment.

This course excerpt was originally posted March 21, 2013 from the online courseware ASP.NET Web API, Part 4 of 4: Hosting and Dependency Resolution by Phil Ledgerwood

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Dependency Resolution and Hosting: Dependency Injection

Excerpt by Phil Ledgerwood

There's a sense in which the entire idea behind having consumable services such as the ASP.NET Web API provides is a decoupled, reusable architecture.

This course excerpt was originally posted March 19, 2013 from the online courseware ASP.NET Web API, Part 4 of 4: Hosting and Dependency Resolution by Phil Ledgerwood

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Requesting Other MIME Types

Excerpt by Phil Ledgerwood

MIME originally stood for Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions to refer to the fact that emails would sometimes carry data that wasn't text, such as attached graphics or spreadsheets.

This course excerpt was originally posted March 15, 2013 from the online courseware ASP.NET Web API, Part 3 of 4: Model Binding and Media Formats by Phil Ledgerwood

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Model Binding: HTML Templates

Excerpt by Phil Ledgerwood

The client-side migration revolution has not left markup untouched.

This course excerpt was originally posted March 12, 2013 from the online courseware ASP.NET Web API, Part 3 of 4: Model Binding and Media Formats by Phil Ledgerwood

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ASP.NET Web API: Server-Side Pipeline

Excerpt by Phil Ledgerwood

In a recent article we discussed the client-side of the Web API pipeline. This article takes a look at the server-side!

This course excerpt was originally posted March 07, 2013 from the online courseware ASP.NET Web API, Part 2 of 4: HTTP Pipeline by Phil Ledgerwood

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ASP.NET Web API: Client-Side Pipeline

Excerpt by Phil Ledgerwood

Microsoft .NET Framework technologies that support a request-response pattern typically use a pipeline, which is a sequence of events that fire to process a request and send back an appropriate response.

This course excerpt was originally posted March 01, 2013 from the online courseware ASP.NET Web API, Part 2 of 4: HTTP Pipeline by Phil Ledgerwood

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ASP.NET Web APIs: Alternative Routing Conventions

Excerpt by Phil Ledgerwood

Like ASP.NET MVC framework routing, you can change the default route mappings to a different pattern.

This course excerpt was originally posted February 25, 2013 from the online courseware ASP.NET Web API, Part 1 of 4: Basics by Phil Ledgerwood

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