[Udemy] The Complete ASP.Net Core Web APIs Course With JWT Security

The CompleteASP.Net Core Web APIs Course With JWT Security

The Complete ASP.Net Core Web APIs Course With JWT Security

Latest approach of creating, hosting, consuming web apis and implementing Cookies and JWT based security
Created by Manzoor Ahmed
Last updated 10/2019
What you’ll learn
  • Hosting and Calling Web APIs to the live hosting sever by enabling cors
  • Performing CRUD Operations and testing with Fiddler
  • Understanding HTTP Request And HTTP Response and Creating Organization Service
  • Enabling Documentation For API Using Swagger
  • Working with various Response Types, Enhancing CRUD Operations
  • Parameters Passing Mechanism In Web APIs
  • Working With Routes in Organization Service
  • Making async Actions, Scaffolding Web APIs
  • Circular Referencing Problem and two solutions
  • Two ways of Handling Exception globally
  • Returning XML data from Web API for Organization Service
  • Cookies based Authentication and Authorization
  • Understanding Principle, Identity and Claims
  • Authentication and Authorization using JSON Web Tokens(JWT)
  • Programming With C#.Net
  • Entity Framework
  • MS SQL Server Query writing (Recommended)
  • ASP .Net MVC (Recommended)

Why ASP.Net Core Web APIs?
ASP.NET Core is OS neutral and integrates seamlessly with popular client-side frameworks and libraries, including Blazor, Angular, React, and Bootstrap. Millions of developers have used (and continue to use) ASP.NET 4.x to create web apps. ASP.NET Core is a redesign of ASP.NET 4.x, with architectural changes that result in a leaner, more modular framework.

ASP.NET Core Web API is a framework that makes it easy to build HTTP services that reach a broad range of clients, including browsers and mobile devices. ASP.NET Core Web API is an ideal platform for building RESTful applications.

HTTP is not just for serving up web pages. It is also a powerful platform for building APIs that expose services and data. HTTP is simple, flexible, and ubiquitous. Almost any platform that you can think of has an HTTP library, so HTTP services can reach a broad range of clients, including browsers, mobile devices, and traditional desktop applications.

Who this course is for:
  • .Net Web Developers

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