- Never RESTing - RESTful API Best Practices using ASP.NET Web API
- An Opinionated, Maintainable REST API Architecture for ASP.NET Core
Never RESTing - RESTful API Best Practices using ASP.NET Web API
Designing and building RESTful APIs isn’t easy. On its surface, it may seem simple – after all, developers are only marshaling JSON back and forth over HTTP, right? Believe it or not, that’s only a small part of the equation. There are many things to keep in mind while building the systems that act as the key to your system.
In this session, we’ll delve into several best practices to keep in mind when designing your RESTful API. Attendees will learn about authentication, versioning, controller/model design, testability, documentation and change management. This session will also explore the do’s and don’t’s of RESTful API management so that you make sure your APIs are simple, consistent, and easy-to-use.
Examples will be done using ASP.NET Web API and C#. However, this session will benefit anyone who is or might be working on a RESTful API.
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Microsoft REST API Guidelines
White House’s guide on RESTful APIs
Paging in ASP.NET Web API
OData Web API Github
HTTP API Design Guide
Azure team’s API Implementation guidance
Building and Securing a RESTful API for Multiple Clients in ASP.NET – Pluralsight course
An Opinionated, Maintainable REST API Architecture for ASP.NET Core
Writing a brand-new RESTful API using ASP.NET has never been easier, or so you’ve been led to believe. Create a project, write a few models, and scaffold – instant API for your website! While convenient, this leads to a lot of pain as your API scales. Testability and maintainability become more and more difficult as your codebase continues to expand. Eventually, you’re left with a huge mess of code and zero separation of concerns.
In this session, Spencer will provide a highly-opinionated and easy-to-learn pattern for creating scalable, maintainable APIs powered by ASP.NET Core. Attendees will learn about dependency injection, validating requests, executing requests via services, error handling, and versioning strategies to make sure your API lasts for the long haul.