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.NET Core 2.0, Angular 4 and MySQL

.NET Core 2.0, Angular 4 and MySQL - Part 5 - CodeProject

  • Because we are going to start from scratch, delete all actions inside class to look like this: – – Every web API controller class inherits from the class that provides all the necessary behavior for the derived class.
  • Web API routing routes the incoming HTTP requests to the particular action method inside Web API controller.
  • The first part makes the mapping for the controller name, the second part makes the mapping for the action method and the third part is used for the optional parameter.
  • In the , create a definition for the method : – – Then implement that inside the class: – – Finally, you need to return all the owners by using the method inside the Web API action.
  • If you want to avoid that type of behavior and to allow actions inside the controller to call only methods from the repository user classes, all you need to do is to remove inheritance from .

.NET Code 2.0, Angular 4 and MySQL; Author: Code Maze; Updated: 12 Feb 2018; Section: ASP.NET; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 12 Feb 2018

In the previous post, you have created a repository pattern for collecting the data from the database.

Now, it is time to use that repository for the business logic.

You will keep all the database logic inside the repository classes. Controllers will be responsible for handling requests, model validation and returning responses to the frontend part of the application.

By doing so, your controllers won’t be overwhelmed with the code, thus making the code easier to read and maintain as well.

If you want to see all the basic instructions and complete navigation for this series, please follow the link: Introduction page for this tutorial.

For the previous part, check out: Part 4 – Creating .NET Core WebApi project – Repository pattern in .NET Core

The source code is available for download at .NET Core, Angular 4 and MySQL. Part 5 – Source Code

This post is divided into several sections:

To create the controller, right click on the Controllers folder inside the main project and add the new item. Then from the menu, choose Web API Controller Class and name it OwnerController.cs.

class to look like this:

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc; namespace AccountOwnerServer.Controllers { [Route(” api/[controller]”)] public class OwnerController : Controller { } }

class that provides all the necessary behavior for the derived class.

class, you can see this part of code:

[Route(” api/[controller]”)]

.NET Core 2.0, Angular 4 and MySQL

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