As some of you might have noticed, ASP.NET Core 2.0 was recently released 😉 I’ve been gradually updating my ASP.NET Core Pluralsight courses to 2.0, and today I’m happy to announce that my Building a RESTful API with ASP.NET Core course has been updated. It offers an in-depth look at REST (more than 8 hours!), and it’s probably the course I’m most of proud of up until now. Here’s some additional info:
Building a RESTful API is very different from building just an API. In this course, Building a RESTful API with ASP.NET Core, you’ll learn how to build an API that fits the REST architectural style, with ASP.NET Core 1 or 2.
That implies that the API should adhere to the constraints enforced by the REST architectural style. First, you’ll look into how you can correctly interact with your API by using the correct HTTP methods and status codes.
Next, you’ll explore validation, logging, and common functionality RESTful APIs. Then, you’ll discover how to correctly use media types, and will look into versioning, caching, and handling concurrency.
Finally, you’ll learn protecting and documenting the API. By the end of this course, you’ll have built an API with level 3 maturity, which is the highest possible level of APIs.
If you’re interested, you can view it at Pluralsight.
*edit: here’s a list of changes I made – that can help you out if you’ve previously watched the course and want to know what’s new / changed.
The most important change: all demos for each module were updated.
As far as clips are concerned, these clips were updated:
- Course Prerequisites
Demo – Inspecting the Starter Solution
Demo – Working with Content Negotiation and Output Formatters
Demo – Upserting with PUT
Demo – Logging Faults
Demo – Logging to a File
Demo – Supporting HTTP Cache Headers
Demo – Adding a Cache Store (new clip)
Documenting our API
Final module summary