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.NET5 Web API CRUD Operation Using Entity Framework Core

In this article, we are going to understand about the .Net5 Web API CRUD operations using the entity framework core. Web API: Web API is a framework for building HTTP services that can be accessed from any client including browser and mobile devices. In simple terminology API(Application Programming Interface) means an interface module that contains programming functions that can be requested via HTTP calls to serve the data to respective clients. Some of the key characteristics of API: Supports HTTP verbs like 'GET', 'POST', 'PUT', 'Delete',etc. Supports default responses like 'XML' and 'JSON'. Also can define custom responses. Supports self-hosting or individual hosting, so that all different kind of apps or clients can consume it. Authentication and Authorization are easy to implement. The ideal platform to build REST full services. Create A .Net5 Web API Application: Let's begin our journey by creating a sample .Net5 Web API

.NET5 MVC CRUD Operations Using Entity Framework Core

In this article, we will learn about .Net5 MVC CRUD operation using Entity Framework Core. MVC: The Model-View-Controller(MVC) is an architectural pattern. MVC divides UI applications into 3 different layers. Each layer will have its own responsibility. An MVC application on encountering the user request will be sent to the controller. The controller will query the required data from the database and then furnished our data into 'Model' and then select appropriate 'View'. The 'View' will render the data or logic inside of the 'Model'. The 'Model' is the bridge between 'Controller' and 'View' for transferring the data. So in  MVC, the 'Controller' depends on both 'Model' and 'View', the 'View' depends on 'Model'. Create A .Net5 MVC Application: Begin our journey by creating a .Net5 MVC application. Visual Studio users can easily create a .Net5 MVC templated application. On Creating applic

.NET5 Razor Pages CRUD Operations Using Entity Frame Work Core

In this article, we will implement a sample application .Net5 Razor Pages CRUD operations using entity framework core. Razor Pages: Razor Page is a simplified web application model. On comparing with 'MVC' template, razor pages won't have 'Controller', which means razor pages is a combination of 'Views' and 'Models'. Routing itself configured within the page or view. A razor page mostly contains 2 files like 'filename.cshtml'(view) and 'filename.cshtml.cs'(model). Create A .Net5 Razor Page Application: Begin our journey by creating a .Net5 razor page template application. Visual Studio users it is very easy to create razor applications by selecting the template option like 'ASP.NET Core Web APP'. Here I'm using a visual studio code editor and .Net CLI commands to generate the application. CLI Command To Create Razor Page Application: dotnet new webapp -n your_project_name After creating the project few basic things we

Clean Architecture In .Net5 Application

In this article, we will learn about Clean Architecture and then we will implement a .Net5 sample application. Clean Architecture: Clean Architecture core building blocks are: Application Core Infrastructure UI Application Clean Architecture lives on the dependency inversion principle. In general business, logic depends on the data access layer or infrastructure layer. But in clean architecture, it is inverted, which means data access layers or infrastructure layers depend on the business logic layer(which means Application Core). So with the dependency inversion technique it easy to configure 'Unit Test' or 'Integrating Test'. Application Core: Application Core is a top layer or parent layer which will not depend on any other layer. So other layers like Infrastructure or UI depend on the 'Application' core. Application Core contains 'Entites', 'DTOs', 'Interfaces', 'BusinessLogics', etc. So while creating projects if we want