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How to Implement Swagger UI in .NET and .NET Core 2.0 Web APIs [Video]

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How to Implement Swagger UI in .NET and .NET Core 2.0 Web APIs [Video]

In these two video tutorials, we'll learn how to work with Web APIs using Microsoft's popular frameworks, .NET and .NET Core 2.0.

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Introduction

In this article, we will learn how to implement Swagger UI in .NET and .NET Core 2.0 Web APIs. Also, we will look into customizing Swagger UI in both of the above-mentioned frameworks.

High-Level Overview

Understanding the documentation always acts as an important part of API designing. It helps to easily understand service endpoints along with its implementation without actually looking into the code or logic written behind everything. Swagger helps in providing such detailed specification in a visualized manner of RESTful Web APIs

Watch How to Implement and Customize Swagger UI in ASP.NET Web APIs


Watch How to Implement and Customize Swagger UI in .NET Core 2.0 Web APIs


Summary

A good developer writes acode that users understand. With Swagger enabled APIs, not only the client consuming the endpoints but also the developer enhancing or referring to it are well versed with the APIs functional and technical implementations.

I would recommend API developers, especially with a .NET stack, to implement Swagger right from the API development phase for a clean and well-functioning product.

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.net core web api ,swagger ,.net api ,web dev

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