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  • Blog Post: Try out ASP.NET Web API CORS support using the nightly builds

    Recently we just added the support for CORS in Web API. You can find more information on this from our Channel 9 video . Although the feature is checked in, it’s not officially released yet. Nevertheless, you can try it out using our signed nightly builds . In this post, I’ll give you a step by step...
  • Blog Post: Adding a simple Test Client to ASP.NET Web API Help Page

    ASP.NET Web API Help Page is a useful extension that automatically generates a web-based documentation for you Web APIs. It makes debugging easier because you can copy/paste the information from Help Page to tools like Fiddler, to call your Web API service and examine the response. Now, wouldn’t it be...
  • Blog Post: Using ApiExplorer to export API information to PostMan, a Chrome extension for testing Web APIs

    Couple days ago, Henrik brought this post into my attention - It’s a nice article that describes how you can use a chrome extension, PostMan , to debug and test an ASP.NET Web API service. I played around with the extension and liked the fact that it allows you to import/export collections of saved requests...
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