Developing Azure & Web Services: Consuming Services

Visual Studio 2017    |    Expert
  • 18 videos | 1h 10m 12s
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Many web services use ASP.NET to handle data and CRUD operations by using OData. Explore ASP.NET, the ASP.NET Pipeline, and the OData protocol.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Use javascript to synchronously and asynchronously request xml or json content
    Use the httpclient to consume a web service from within a .net client
    Work with request batching to reduce network traffic
    Recognize where exceptions can occur in a request and handle them gracefully
    Describe how to secure a web service using https and authentication
    Use authentication credentials to secure a web service
    Decouple components from dependencies and use dependency injection
    Use the asp.net web api dependency resolver interface to provide instances of needed controllers
    Describe how to customize or extend the asp.net web api pipeline
  • Use the delegatinghandler class to create a handler
    Add filters to an asp.net web api to extend a pipeline
    Create an asp.net web api asynchronous action to improve scalability when doing i/o heavy operations
    Use pipeline filters to extend authorization and authentication
    Describe the odata service
    Create an odata queryable action using a query string option
    Extend the odata action using a model, controller, and route
    Consume an odata service using the tools built into visual studio or programmatically with linq
    Consume and create advanced services, manipulating the asp.net pipeline, and using odata services

IN THIS COURSE

  • 4m 2s
    Learn how to use JavaScript to request XML or JSON content synchronously or asynchronously. FREE ACCESS
  • 3m 12s
    Learn how to use the HttpClient to consume a web service from within a .NET client. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Using a Request Batch to Reduce Requests
    3m 11s
    During this video, you will learn how to work with request batching to reduce network traffic. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Handling Exceptions in Service Requests
    2m 55s
    Upon completion of this video, you will be able to recognize where exceptions can occur in a request and handle them accordingly. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Securing a Service with HTTPS and Authentication
    4m 21s
    Upon completion of this video, you will be able to describe how to secure a Web Service using HTTPS and authentication. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Using Authentication to secure a Web Service
    3m 50s
    In this video, learn how to use authentication credentials to secure a web service. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Handling Dependencies in ASP.NET Services
    4m 33s
    In this video, learn how to decouple components from dependencies and use dependency injection. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Using the ASP.NET Dependency Resolver
    4m 30s
    In this video, find out how to use the ASP.NET Web API Dependency Resolver interface to provide instances of needed controllers. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Describing the ASP.NET Web API Pipeline
    4m 29s
    After completing this video, you will be able to describe how to customize or extend the ASP.NET Web API Pipeline. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Creating a Pipeline Process
    2m 45s
    During this video, you will learn how to create a handler using the DelegatingHandler class. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Adding filters to a Pipeline Process
    3m 4s
    Learn how to add filters to an ASP.NET Web API to extend the pipeline. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Creating an Asynchronous Action
    3m 13s
    Find out how to create an ASP.NET Web API Asynchronous Action to improve scalability when doing I/O heavy operations. FREE ACCESS
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    13.  Using Filters to extend Authentication
    5m 45s
    In this video, learn how to use Pipeline filters to extend authorization and authentication. FREE ACCESS
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    14.  Describing the Open Data Protocol Service
    2m 59s
    Upon completion of this video, you will be able to describe the OData service. FREE ACCESS
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    15.  Creating an OData Queryable Action
    3m 40s
    In this video, find out how to create an OData queryable action using a Query String option. FREE ACCESS
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    16.  Extending an OData Query
    5m 13s
    Learn how to extend the OData action using a Model, Controller, and Route. FREE ACCESS
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    17.  Consuming an OData Service
    3m 25s
    To consume an OData service using Visual Studio, follow these steps: 1. In Server Explorer, right-click the Data Connections node and then click Add Connection. The Add Connection dialog box appears. 2. In the Data source list, click OData Data Service. 3. In the Service URI text box, type the URI of the OData service. 4. In the Connection name text box, type a name for the connection, and then click OK. 5. In Server Explorer, expand the connection that you just created, expand Tables, and then double-click a table to display data in the DataGridView control. To consume an OData service using LIN FREE ACCESS
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    18.  Exercise: creating Services for Consumption
    5m 5s
    Learn how to consume and create advanced services, manipulate the ASP.NET Pipeline, and use OData services. FREE ACCESS

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