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Five RESTFul Web Design Patterns Implemented in ASP.NET Core 2.0 (Series: 6 Parts Total)

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Five RESTFul Web Design Patterns Implemented in ASP.NET Core 2.0 Part 1: Content Negotiation

Learn how to implement several popular RESTful Web API design patterns like content negotation, HATEOAS, exception handling, and more using ASP .NET Core 2.0.

Rest Api ] [ Webapi ] [ Dotnet Core ] [ API ] [ Api Development ]
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Five RESTFul Web Design Patterns Implemented in ASP.NET Core 2.0 Part 2: HATEOAS

Learn how to implement RESTful Hypertext as the Engine of Application State (HATEOAS) in .NET Core 2.0 Web API apps.

API ] [ Api Development ] [ Dotnet ] [ Dotnet Core ] [ Rest Api ]
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Five RESTFul Web Design Patterns Implemented in ASP.NET Core 2.0 Part 3: Exceptions

How to consistently manage server-side exceptions in ASP. NET Core Web API apps to return a standard response that can be easily processed by clients.

Aspnet ] [ Webap ] [ API ] [ Dotnet ] [ Api Design ]
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Five RESTFul Web Design Patterns Implemented in ASP.NET Core 2.0 Part 4: Optimistic Concurrency

Learn how to implement optimistic concurrency in ASP.NET Core apps by leveraging the concept of entity tags or ETags.

API ] [ Api Development ] [ Dotnet ] [ Dotnet Core ] [ Concurrency ]
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Five RESTFul Web Design Patterns Implemented in ASP.NET Core 2.0 Part 5: Security

Learn how to secure access to and manage permissions for Web APIs using ASP .NET Core 2.0, SSL and JavaScript Web Tokens (JWT).

API ] [ Api Development ] [ Security ] [ Jwt ] [ Dotnet Core ]
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Five RESTFul Web Design Patterns Implemented in ASP.NET Core 2.0 Bonus: Swagger

Learn how to document your ASP. NET Core 2.0 Web API endpoints using the OpenAPI specification with Swagger tools like Swashbuckle.

API ] [ Swagger ] [ Openapi ] [ Api Development ] [ Dotnet Core ]