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  • Blog Post: Announcing the Release of Web API OData 5.3

    The NuGet packages for ASP.NET Web API OData 5.3 are now live on the NuGet gallery! Download this release You can install or update the NuGet packages for ASP.NET Web API OData 5.3 using the NuGet Package Manager Console, like this: Install-Package Microsoft.AspNet.OData -Version 5.3.0 ...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Release Candidates for Web API OData 5.3

    The release candidate NuGet packages for ASP.NET Web API OData 5.3 are now live on the NuGet gallery! Download this release You can install or update the release candidate NuGet packages for ASP.NET Web API OData 5.3 using the NuGet Package Manager Console, like this: Install-Package Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with ASP.NET Web API 2.2 for OData v4.0

    A few weeks ago we started publishing nightly builds for our initial support in ASP.NET Web API for the OData v4.0 protocol. Our OData v4.0 support is based on the OData Library for OData v4.0 that has been released in the past few months. The OData v4.0 protocol introduces a lot of changes and new features...
  • Blog Post: Introducing batch support in Web API and Web API OData

    With the release of Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2 OData, we have introduced support for batching requests. Batching is a web API feature that allows a customer to pack several API requests and send them to the web API service in one HTTP request and receive a single HTTP response with the response to all...
  • Blog Post: Introducing $select and $expand support in Web API OData

    Last week Microsoft released the preview of Visual Studio 2013, and along with it came the ASP.NET and Web Tools for Visual Studio 2013 Preview. In this new release, we are expanding the OData support in Web API to include support for $select and $expand , two of the most popular OData query operators...
  • Blog Post: Translating OData queries to HQL

    AspNet Web API OData makes it really simple to expose your IQueryable backend to be queried using the OData query syntax. Check out some samples here . If you are building using Entity Framework as your ORM (object-relational mapping) to talk to your database or just store all your data in-memory(Linq2Objects...
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