The Benefits of API-First Development

APIs (Application Program Interfaces) were a hot topic in 2014, and that seems set to continue in 2015. Rapid growth in parallel areas, such as the Internet of Things, are likely to keep the momentum behind APIs for the foreeable future. Some companies now have an API as their primary product. Stripe, an online payment […]
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Processing Messages in a Self-Hosted Web API Service

In an earlier post, I showed how to host an ASP.NET Web API service on a server without IIS. In that post, I suggested that the most interesting object used in the self-hosting process is the HttpSelfHostConfiguration object–that’s the object that allows you to configure your service. In that last post, for instance, I used […]
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Creating Your Own Host for a Web API Service

Kevin Rattan has done several posts on Microsoft’s ASP.NET Web API (you can find all of this blog’s Web API posts here) which have done a great job of showing (among other things) how the Web API is different from WCF. The Web API is designed from the ground up to leverage the HTTP protocol, […]
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