Versioning helps in rolling out features on a timely basis, without breaking the existing system. It can also help to provide additional functionalities to selected customers. API versioning can be done in different ways like appending the version in the URL or as a query string parameter, via custom header and via Accept-Header. In this post, let’s find how to support multiple version ASP.NET Core Web API. (more…)
Swagger is a simple, clean and powerful representation of your RESTful API. Once integrated with WEB API, it provides a UI which helps in testing the API with ease. In my earlier post, I explained about how to integrate swagger with the ASP.NET Core Web API. And it works great with all HTTP verbs and input parameters. But uploading a file via Swagger is not straightforward. In this post, let’s find out how to upload file via Swagger in ASP.NET Core Web API. (more…)
This post shows how to import and export .xls or .xlsx (Excel files) in ASP.NET Core. And when thinking about dealing with excel with .NET, we always look for third-party libraries or component. And one of the most popular .net library that reads and writes Excel 2007/2010 files using the Open Office Xml format (xlsx) is EPPlus. However, at the time of writing this post, this library is not updated to support .NET Core. But there exists an unofficial version of this library EPPlus.Core which can do the job of import and export xlsx in ASP.NET Core. This works on Windows, Linux and Mac. (more…)
Dapper.NET is not just another ORM tool, it’s considered as the king of ORM. Because it’s fast, easy to integrate, requires fewer lines of code, supports bulk data insertion and supports static and dynamic object binding. And Dapper ORM can be used with .NET. So in this post, let’s find out how to use Dapper ORM with ASP.NET Core for CRUD operations.