31 Days of Web APIs

Let's go deep on APIs!

Published on Saturday, January 1, 2022

I have procrastinated long enough on this topic! After creating and hosting my first Web API workshop this last Fall, I want to get this next personal goal done and out to the community. I am going to start the series on March 1 (my birthday also). Cannot wait to bring it out to everyone and get feedback on the content.

31 Days of Web APIs Schedule

DAY TITLE PUBLISH DATE
0 Overview of the Series 3/1/2022
1 HTTP Requests 3/2/2022
2 HTTP Responses 3/3/2022
3 What is REST? 3/4/2022
4 What is a Web API? 3/5/2022
5 Your first ASP.NET Core Web API 3/6/2022
6 Data Access - Entity Framework Core 3/7/2022
7 Data Access - Dapper 3/8/2022
8 Data Access - Json DataSets 3/9/2022
9 Data Access - Hybrid for Performance 3/10/2022
10 Using a NoSQL DB 3/11/2022
11 OpenAPI/Swagger 3/12/2022
12 The best way to send Responses back 3/13/2022
13 Multiple OS Support in your project 3/14/2022
14 Response Caching 3/15/2022
15 In-memory Caching 3/16/2022
16 Distributed Caching 3/17/2022
17 Versioning your Web API 3/18/2022
18 AuthN/AuthZ 3/19/2022
19 Localization/Globalization 3/20/2022
20 Logging without Try/Catch 3/21/2022
21 Encrypting/decrypting the HTTP Body 3/22/2022
22 Deploying to the Cloud 3/23/2022
23 The Triangle Web API Architecture 3/24/2022
24 Why you need to use APIModels 3/25/2022
25 Using OData for your Web API 3/26/2022
26 Unit Testing your Web API 3/27/2022
27 Integration testing for your Web API 3/28/2022
28 Testing with Postman 3/29/2022
29 Testing with Fiddler 3/30/2022
30 Thinking about Hypermedia in your Web API 3/31/2022