Posts Tagged 'WebApi'

Migrazione da MVC4 beta a MVC4 RC

Appena Microsoft ha rilasciato la nuova versione MVC4 Release Candidate abbiamo migrato due dei nostri progetti WebApi sviluppati con MVC4 Beta.

Grazie all’ aiuto di NuGet l’aggiornamento delle reference nel progetto è abbastanza facile.

Di seguito i passi che ho seguito per l’ aggiornamento:

  • Per sicurezza ho eliminato le seguenti Reference dal vostro progetto WebApi:
  • System.Net.Http
  • System.Net.Http.Formatting
  • System.Web.Helpers
  • System.Web.Http
  • System.Web.Http.WebHost
  • System.Web.Mvc
  • System.Web.Optimization
  • System.Web.Providers
  • System.Web.Razor
  • System.Web.WebPages
  • System.Web.WebPages.Deployment
  • System.Web.WebPages.Razor
  • Dal package manager console di NuGet ho selezionato il progetto WebApi sul quale applicare l’installazione dei nuovi pacchetti (Default project).
  • Con il comando “Install-Package <nome pacchetto>” ho installato i seguenti ...
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    A list of useful ASP.NET WebApi resources

    All current projects we are working are based on with MVC 4 WebApi stack. It’s really powerful and easy to use.



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    Simple RESTful WebApi with Table Storage

    Simple RESTful WebApi with Table Storage


    we needed a RESTful WebApi up and running as soon as possible in order to start clients development with a draft API, we have very limited time. Within today webapi first release must be available.


    let’s use MVC4 WebApi on Azure with Table Storage. In this way we’re able to have everything up and running in a very short amount of time.

    What about learning and development time? In this case for Azure the best solution is going for Part ...

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    One Month To Rule Them All Challenge

    One Month To Rule Them All Challenge

    Let’s try this new adventure: One Month To Rule Them All Challenge.

    The goal is to create from scratch a simple app based on:

    • Server:
    • 1 MVC4 RESTful WebApi on Azure
  • Clients:
    • 1 iOS native client
    • 1 Android native client
    • 1 WP7 native client
    • MVC 4 Web interface running on any desktop OS
    • Win8 Metro client

    All in 1 month! We don’t know if we’ll reach the goal but for sure we’ll try.

    First step will be creation of the WebApi and graphics for clients we don’t exclude involvement of external ...

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