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How To Use In-Memory Cache In An ASP.NET Core Web API

Before we can dive into the In-Memory Cache implementation, first, What is caching and when you should consider using it? Well, caching is basically a technique of storing frequently used data in a temporary storage. Caching can significantly improve the performance and scalability of any application by reducing the time and resources required to load…

How to consume a RESTful API in C#

As a developer you will find yourself in need to consume complex RESTful API as you move forward in your career, so understanding a very basic on might help you get a step ahead. In this short post I will take the opportunity to share how to use the HttpClient class to consume RESTFUL APIs…

Testing a resful Web API Using Postman

Recently I have worked on how to create a simple Web API service to manage a list of country capitals. I thought it would be beneficial to some if I put together a quick post to show how to test it using postman. What is Postman? Postman is a free API debugging tool which makes…