Pluralsight Course: Building a Consistent RESTful API With OData V4 in ASP.NET

The last few months I’ve been working on a new Pluralsight course, this time covering OData V4.  Today, I’m very happy to announce that it’s been published.  Here’s what you can expect:

When building RESTful APIs, many people run into the same types of questions: “How should I name my resources? How should I work with relations? Can I call functions? Hasn’t anyone thought of a way to standardize all this?” Well, someone has, and in this course, Building a Consistent RESTful API with OData V4 in ASP.NET, you’ll be shown how OData V4, an open OASIS standard, aims to  provide a way to build a consistent, predictable RESTful API.

This demo-driven course teaches you how to build and consume a RESTful API that adheres to the OData V4 standard, using ASP.NET (Web API). You’ll learn how to work with Entities and EntitySets, how to query data (from field-level selection over paging to filtering), how to work with custom actions and functions, inheritance, open types and much more – right up to how to build client applications that consume OData services. By the end of this course, you’ll not only know how to use OData V4, but you’ll also have a consistent process that helps you to create RESTful APIs more efficiently than ever.

You can watch the course at Pluralsight.  If you don’t have an account yet don’t worry: you can easily start with a free trial.

I hope you’ll enjoy the course!

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