What you would learn in Robust REST APIs and Clients in C#, ASPNet Core, HttpClient course?
Welcome friends and fellow dotNet Developers! Welcome to this class on making and using RESTful APIs.
APIs that use RESTful are crucial for exposing functions to other applications. Being able to develop the perfect professional API that other companies can consume or to create the professional API client that consumes APIs of other companies is a crucial and valuable capability.
In the initial part of the course, we'll discover what a RESTful API is and then design one that manages student and course data.
In the next section of this class, we'll develop and thoroughly test the RESTful API. We will go beyond the basics to ensure this API is of top quality to enable other developers to use it successfully. This is done by ensuring the correct error handling and boundary condition handling through thorough testing, as well as documentation generation. We will utilize ASPNet Core to create the RESTful API, Swagger to look over the complete documentation of the API, and Postman to test the API.
In the final portion of this class, we'll develop a professional and robust API client that will consume the RESTful API. Courses API. Like before, we'll push the boundaries to ensure that it will be quickly and effectively integrated within every dotNet application. We accomplish this by ensuring correct error handling, boundary condition handling, and rigorous testing. We will utilize HttpClient to create our API Client with solid object-oriented programming concepts and will test it Unit-by-Use by using Test-Driven Development and MSTest.
Who should this course be intended for:
ASPNet Core Developers
Third-party integrators of services
Know what the RESTful API is.
Create a RESTful API
Learn HTTP Methods like PUT, GET, POST, and DELETE
Create a professional-grade RESTful API by using ASPNet Core
Ensure data hiding
Perform input validation
Ensure proper error handling
Handle API versioning
Create a RESTful API using Swagger
Test a RESTful API using Swagger and Postman
Create a RESTful API Client by using HttpClient
Test a RESTful API Client with MSTest
Ensure proper error handling for a RESTful API Client
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