C# Restful API on Web API .Net Core with MsSQL & EF Core

C# RestFul Web API on .Net Core Web API with using Postman and in Real Project with MsSQL and Entity Framework Core(EF)

C# RestFul Web API on .Net Core Web API with using Postman and in Real Project with MsSQL and Entity Framework Core(EF Core)

What you’ll learn

  • What is the Web API.
  • Web API as the name suggests, is an API over the web which can be accessed using HTTP protocol. It is a concept and not a technology..
  • A REST API is an application programming interface (API ) that conforms to the constraints of REST architectural and allows for interaction with RESTful.
  • We can build Web API using different technologies such as Java, .NET etc..
  • SOAP and Restful Concepts.
  • Difference between SOAP and RestFUL.
  • Usage of RESTful API in ASP NET Core 3.1.
  • Apply the Web API concepts using C#.
  • Apply the Web API concepts using C#.
  • How to make a professional project with EF Core on MsSQL.
  • How to make a professional project with Entity Framework Core on MsSQL.
  • How to make a professional project with Entity Framework Core on MsSQL.
  • Using of Postman.
  • How to consume API using HTTPClient.
  • How to consume API using HTTPClient.
  • How to consume each subject on real WPF projects on .Net Core.
  • How to consume each subject on real Web projects on .Net Core.
  • Understand how to use the code-first approach with using Entity Framework Core.
  • Create real-world projects using Web API Core and Entity Framework Core.
  • How to Handled errors and exceptions in your apps.
  • How to use coding techniques to make efficient development.
  • By the end of this course you will be in a position to build any professional WPF Core application with all details using .Net Core and Entity Framework Core.
  • Using Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a computer programming paradigm where a software application is developed by modeling real world objects into softwar.

Course Content

  • Introduction to the Web API Course –> 2 lectures • 6min.
  • Introduction to Web API –> 4 lectures • 47min.
  • HTTP –> 9 lectures • 48min.
  • MVC Core Project to Consume API –> 9 lectures • 1hr 3min.
  • Login authentication –> 2 lectures • 11min.
  • Consume Different API to Get Global News –> 1 lecture • 9min.
  • Consume API with WPF Core Project –> 5 lectures • 32min.
  • End Of the c# restful api Course –> 1 lecture • 3min.

C# Restful API on Web API .Net Core with MsSQL & EF Core


  • Desire to learn C#, MS SQL Web API Core.
  • Desire to learn Web API .Net Core.
  • Desire to learn .Net Core 3.1 back-end with Web API, Entity Framework Core and MsSQL Server.
  • Desire to learn create and consume RestFul Web API structure on .Net Core.
  • A Windows for installing all the free software and tools needed to practice.
  • Basic C# Knowledge.
  • Visual Studio 2019.
  • SQL Server Management Studio.
  • No Prior Database OR SQL experience is required..
  • Desire to learn EF Core for SQL.
  • Desire to learn Making Professional Project.
  • Nothing else! It’s just you, your computer and your ambition to get started today.

C# RestFul Web API on .Net Core Web API with using Postman and in Real Project with MsSQL and Entity Framework Core(EF Core)


Welcome to C# RESTFUL API on Web API .Net Core with MsSQL & EF Core.

C# RestFul Web API on .Net Core Web API with using Postman and in Real Project with MsSQL and Entity Framework Core(EF Core)

Finally, our Web API course is ready for you. A lot of students want an API course to use API projects on .Net Core.

Before starting, I want to explain that this course is a part of big training. I can tell this part is the most important part that we will use in following training in an online ticket project, a web project,  and in all mobile versions as well made in Xamarin, Flutter, Java Android, Angular, Node.js, React Native, and Vue Native. For developers who have no knowledge about the API, I preferred to explain the basics of the API in this section basically. However, in the following sections, we will learn to use JSON web tokens and we will apply JSON Web Token in more complex projects.

This course will give you everything that you will need to start Web API project’s on .Net Core. Before starting this course, you should know that you need to have basic C# knowledge. With this course, you will learn API concepts with .Net core and you will make more practice on C# programming. And as you know with C# programming you may use Xamarin Forms to build cross-platform mobile apps or design a new video game in Unity.

We will start our training with answers to what the Web API is. Then we will examine the most useful concepts as Rest and SOAP. We will learn the differences between SOAP and RESTFul.

In .Net core programming, EF core is very important to make crud SQL operations. In this course, you will learn to use EF Core with code first approach on a project that you can use in any project.

After EF core, you will meet HTTP concepts or you will get more information about HTTP Concepts. For example, you will learn the meaning of HTTP status code that you may always see in any project like 404 status code as not found. In this course, you can find all necessary information about the crud operation of API with HTTP methods as Get. Post, Put, Delete, or Patch.

Postman is one of the most popular software testing tools which is used for API testing. With the help of this tool, developers can easily create, test, share, and document APIs. And in my opinion, if you work on APIs, the postman is the best app for you. This means in this course you can also learn using Postman.

In most training trainers prefer to show API results only with the postman. But in this course, you will also learn to consume an API. This explanation may be too complicated for you. Simply, in this course first, we will create an API project as Back-End. After that, we will create another project in which we will consume our source as Front-End. As you know .net framework works only on windows platforms but .net core is a cross-platform framework which means with .Net core you may use the other platforms. This means you can share your API with any projects on any platform.

In this training, you can also learn to use any API to consume like news API to get global news to your project. And in any project, you may see that login with Facebook or Google. This means you can learn facebook or google authentication. Also, we will learn to consume API projects in a WPF core project.

Why would you want to take this course?

Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.

OAK Academy based in London is an online education company. OAK Academy gives education in the field of IT, Software, Design, development in English, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, and a lot of different languages on the Udemy platform where it has over 1500+ hours of video education lessons. OAK Academy both increase its education series number by publishing new courses, and it makes students aware of all the innovations of already published courses by upgrading.

When you enroll, you will feel the OAK Academy`s seasoned developers’ expertise. Questions sent by students to our instructors are answered by our instructors within 48 hours at the latest.

What is C#?

C# (pronounced see-sharp) is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language. It was designed as a multi-paradigm programming language by Microsoft in around 2000 as part of its .NET initiative. The .NET framework and .NET applications are multi-platform applications that you can use with programming languages such as C++, C#, Visual Basic, and COBOL. C# is open-source and was designed to be simple yet modern, flexible yet powerful, and versatile yet easy to learn and program with. Many programming languages in the past were designed for specific purposes. C# was developed with business and enterprise needs in mind. By providing functionality to support modern-day software development such as web applications, mobile, and response app needs, C# supports many features of modern-day programming languages. That includes generics, var types, dynamic programming, asynchronous programming, pattern matching, advanced debugging, and exception handling, to name a few.

What are the advantages of C# over C++?

Thanks to the .NET framework, C# has many advantages over C++. C# is a refined and modernized version of C++. C++ was developed to bring object-orientation to C, an older but widely used language, and C++ became the de-facto language for building applications for Windows as well as infrastructure and low-level applications. Visual Basic was for business applications. What C# does is combine the rapid development capabilities of VB with the power of C++. C# also has many new data types, type-safety, to ensure you do not unknowingly reuse initialized variables. It uses a simplified syntax, a huge improvement over the complex coding often required in C++. C# also removes memory management issues thanks to . NET’s garbage collection scheme. You do not have to reference items for garbage collection; the system can reclaim that memory as required. Finally, you can use C# to interoperate with other languages on the .NET platform, a huge benefit in terms of system interoperability.

Why use encapsulation in C#?

Encapsulation can be used in C# to hide data and program behavior from users. With encapsulation, you can group properties, methods, and other members so that they are treated as a single object. It is a means to prevent the user of a given class from manipulating program objects in ways that were not intended by the designer or developer. Encapsulation hides how a program operates without affecting how it works while still allowing users to service requests for functionality and add or modify internal data or methods to meet changing needs. For example, suppose you have an object called “Patient” that contains patient-related data. In that case, you can use encapsulation to provision patient-specific data to those who need it without exposing all patient data. In addition to information hiding, you can use encapsulation in C# to improve your code’s reusability, and it also makes it easier to perform unit testing.

What is C# used for?

C# is a general-purpose programming language that you can use to build a wide range of programs and applications, such as web applications, Windows applications and game development. In web application development, you can build dynamic websites and apps using .NET or another open-source platform of your choice. Also, since Microsoft created C# for Microsoft, C# is a popular language for building Windows applications. There are rich resources and a vibrant C# community that can support and documentation for applications and programs specific to Microsoft platform architectures, making it easier than ever to develop applications in this space. Finally, C# is a popular language to use in game-building, especially with Unity, a game engine that runs on C++ and C#.

What is a constructor? What is a destructor?

To understand constructors and destructors, we need to understand methods. A method is a block of code that contains a series of statements. Programs run by executing methods. A constructor is a special method of a class that is automatically called whenever an instance of a given class is created. A constructor contains the instructions that execute when an object is created. Developers use it to assign specific initial values to the data members of the same class. In C#, you will get a compile-time error if you try to read from an uninitialized variable. You must first initialize your variables by giving them an initial value, which is what the constructor does. On the other hand, destructors are methods used to destroy instances of a class when they are no longer needed. Destructors are called implicitly by the garbage collector in .NET, and as a developer, you have no control regarding when to call the destructor.

How do I learn C#?

As is true for many skills, you can learn C# by taking Udemy courses, reading documentation, and practicing coding hands-on. There are many resources available for all of the above, including real-time compiler applications that will show you the output of your code as you type it. However, it is best to plan ahead, and you should have an outline of what you need to learn before beginning your journey. The first thing to learn about is what C# is, how and where it is used, and why it was developed. From there, you can learn about data types, variables, keywords, and functions. Once you’ve grasped the basics, you can move on to learning about conditional tests and operators, functions, arguments, object orientation, arrays, strings, classes, methods, structs, debugging, and exception handling.

What is SQL Server?

SQL Server is a relational database management system or RDBMS created and developed by Microsoft. Designed to store and retrieve data for other software applications using the client-server model– these applications connect to SQL Server through a network or the Internet with multiple applications using the same data. One SQL Server instance can also manage one or more relational databases. Relational databases store data in tables that can relate to each other. For example, data for business customers get stored in one table relating to another table that stores orders. Applications that connect to Microsoft SQL Server retrieve, store, and delete data using Structured Query Language (SQL). SQL Server is available for Windows and Linux.

What is SQL Server Management Studio?

SQL Server Management Studio is desktop software designed to connect to Microsoft relational database management systems, including Microsoft SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, and Azure Synapse Analytics. SQL Server Management Studio is an integrated database development tool that database architects, database developers, and software engineers can use to access, configure, manage, administer, and develop databases on any one of these database systems. It simplifies database management by providing graphical design tools and rich script editors that allow database developers to visualize an entire database or multiple databases from a single application. SQL Server Management Studio only runs on the Microsoft Windows operating system but can connect to database instances running on either Windows or Linux.

Why would you want to take this course?

Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.

When you enroll, you will feel our seasoned developers’ expertise.

No prior knowledge is needed!

It doesn’t need any prior knowledge to learn it and it is easy to understand for beginners.

This course starts with the very basics. First, you will learn how to install the tools, some terminology. Then the show will start and you will learn everything with hands-on practice. I’ll also teach you the best practices and shortcuts.

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By the end of the course, you’ll have a firm understanding of the C# and SQL. You will have valuable insights on how things work under the hood and you’ll also be very confident in the basics of coding and game development, and hungry to learn more. The good news is since the Free and popular tools are used you don’t need to buy any tool or application.

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