Recently I have started working on a Nuget Package for providing a is a sleek and simple Wrapper library for providing simple access to Rest API, by hiding away the complexities of HTTPClient Class.Named EcSolvo.RestHelper it is particularly designed to work along with Xamarin PCL Projects You can follow and contribute to the Nuget in Github … Continue reading EcSolvo.RestHelper Nuget
HttpClient helps you interact with your Rest API's through its asynchronous methods such as GetAsync. But on a TDD environment, it could become a challenge on how you could write Unit Test cases for a method that invokes the API via GetAsync and ensure that your call successfully invokes the API (considering your API sits in another … Continue reading Unit Test for Methods that Call Web API
CORS is a hated word anyone working on Web Solutions might have encountered if your website is accessing another website or API. So how do you ensure your website is able to the required URL ? The first and easiest fix would be to include "Access Control" headers in your web.config. That should be it … Continue reading Fix CORS in Firefox
The Exception Filter implementation mentioned in the Part1 of the article is fairly simple and straightforward. But as you start supporting more and more Exceptions, the Cyclomatic Complexity of the "OnException" method would increase because of the "if" condition nature. A cleaner implementation of the Filter is shown below using Dictionary. Isn't that cleaner ?
The Web World, especially Web Services is fast moving towards the more abstract simpler Web API. This article is not focused on comparing Web Service and Web API, but rather it focuses on Exception Handling in Web API. By default, the most common exception that an API Controller raises are translated into an HTTP Status … Continue reading Exception Handling in Web API (Part 1): Exception Filter