Mastering HTTP Handlers in the ASP.NET Web API
Writing web services using the ASP.NET Web API can be quite satisfying. For SOAP developers accustomed to strict separations between bindings and contracts, it can also be a frustrating experience. Without proper foresight and planning, the boundaries between controller actions and the transport can get fuzzy, potentially leading to design complications as your application matures. In this code-focused session, you'll learn about one of the Web API's key extensibility mechanisms that can help to separate an application's "plumbing" from its business logic and data-handling concerns. When you've completed this session, you'll understand the Web API's object model and how to write global and per-route HTTP handlers to solve a range of cross-cutting problems.
About the Speaker
Kevin Hazzard is a consultant, author and Microsoft Windows Azure MVP from the Richmond, Virginia. He serves as a Director at CapTech Consulting where he designs and implements large-scale SQL Server databases and .NET services for Fortune 500 clients in D.C., focusing on the health care, retail, manufacturing and communication industries. Kevin is the author of Metaprogramming in .NET by Manning, a book that concerns the value of adaptable software design.
6:30 PM - 6:45 PM Pizza! Beverages! Networking!
6:45 PM - 8:15 PM Mastering HTTP Handlers in the ASP.NET Web API
8:15 PM - 8:30 PM Sponsor's time
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