Minimal API with .NET Core (.NET 7)
What you'll learn
- Learn basic fundamentals of .NET Minimal API
- Build .NET Minimal API Endpoints
- Learn how to document Minimal API
- Dependency Injection in Minimal API with AutoMapper and Validations
- DTO's and Validations in Minimal API
- Implement Repository Pattern in Minimal API to database using EF
- Integrate Entity Framework along with code first migrations
- Authentication and Authorization in Minimal API
- Filters in Minimal API
- 3-6 months knowledge of NET Core
- Familiarity with SQL Server
API has been there since a very long time but microsoft has recelty introduced something new "MINIMAL API"
Minimal API is a short form of standard API and there are very good reasons on why you should learn it and why it would be preffered over API in some scenarios.
In this video we will explore everything about Minimal API, as we first answer the big question "WHY MINIMAL API?"
By the end of this course, you will be able to build a endpoints with minimal API by yourself, make GET, POST, PUT and DELETE HTTP Requests with a well-built repository pattern in .NET Core.
What are the requirements?
3-6 months knowledge of ASP.NET Core.
Visual Studio 2022
SQL Server Management Studio
All source codes and exercise solutions of this course are also available on Github and you can find details in the lecture "PROJECT RESOURCES", of course.
I always strive to keep content latest and with top quality content! You will start from ground zero and build a complete API with advance concepts like authorization, authentication, filters and much more!
This will be a hands on course with programming, so lets get started and learn the new and exciting world of Minimal API.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn Minimal API
- Learn fundamentals and advance concepts with Minimal API's
I am a passionate and creative software engineer with a strong focus on simplicity and thorough details. I have been programming since high school and I have been involved with multiple web and desktop using .net.
I have a master's of science degree in computer science and a Bachelor of Computer Engineering. I also have many years of experience with .NET C# and .NET MVC. I enjoy teaching along with my full-time job.
For me, the most important part about writing and teaching code is to eliminate the hardships of every student out there who is willing to learn but cannot find adequate resource which is easy to understand. Coding is a way to be creative and have fun!