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.NET 7 | Web API | Azure Blob Storage | File Management | Example

This article will explain the communication between Web API(.NET 7) and Azure Blob Storage for managing files. Azure Blob Storage: Azure Blob Storage is a Microsoft Cloud Storage. Azure Blob Storage is used to manage the files for storing or reading. Storage Account: A Storage account gives us a unique namespace. Every file we save or store on Azure Storage must have an address, and that address is nothing but the unique name of our Storage Account name. The combination of the storage account name and Azure blob Storage endpoint forms the base address. For example, if our storage account is named as 'my-azure-account' then the base address will be like ''. Containers: The Containers are just like folders. Blob: The actual item or file we will store inside of the container. Create Azure Blob Storage In Azure Portal: (Step 1)First, we have to 'Sing-Up' in 'Microsoft Azure Portal', after completing 'Sing-Up&#

.NET 7 Web API CRUD Using Entity Framework Core

In this article, we are going to implement a sample .NET 7 Web API CRUD using the Entity Framework Core. Web API: Web API is a framework for building HTTP services that can be accessed from any client like browser, mobile devices, and desktop apps. In simple terminology API(Application Programming Interface) means an interface module that contains programming functions that can be requested via HTTP calls either to fetch or update data for their 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 kinds of apps can consume it. Authentication and Authorization are easy to implement. The ideal platform to build the REST full services. Install The SQL Server And SQL Management Studio: Let's install the SQL server on our l

Angular(v14) | Angular Material(v14) | CRUD Example

In this article, we are going to implement a CRUD example sample of Angular(v14) using the Angular Material(v14) UI components. Angular: Angular is a framework that can be used to build a single-page application. Angular applications are built with components that make our code simple and clean. Angular components compose of 3 files like TypeScript(*.ts), HTML File(*.html), CSS File(*.css) Components typescript file and HTML file support 2-way binding which means data flow is bi-directional. The component typescript file listens for all HTML events from the HTML file. Create Angular(14) Application: Let's create the Angular(14) application to accomplish our demo. Make sure to install the Angular CLI tool into our local machine because it provides easy CLI commands to play with the angular application. npm install -g @angular/cli Run the below command to create Angular application ng new name_of_your_project While creating the app CLI needs a few inputs from us: (1) Add the