10 Ways to Build Web Services in .NET

Using 10 different web frameworks and client libraries to build and use web services in .NET
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Level
Intermediate
Updated
September 25, 2013
Duration
6h 2m
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Course info
Rating
(473)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
September 25, 2013
Duration
6h 2m
Description

With the new-found popularity of single-page applications, smartphone applications, and multi-device experiences, web services are becoming increasingly important in the infrastructure of the web and applications. This course will present a few different ways that web services may be created within the .NET framework, ranging from ASMX web services all the way to MVC4 Web API. We will also look at a handful of options available to connect to those web services from a client application. Both Microsoft.NET framework as well as open source options will be explored.

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Chad McCallum is a software developer with 7 years of .NET experience. After graduating from SIAST Kelsey Campus, he's come back to his hometown and started HackREGINA, a hackathon aimed at strengthening the developer community while coding and drinking beer. Currently focusing on single-page applications with JavaScript.

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