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Blazor Revealed: Building Web Applications in .NET by Peter Himschoot

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© Peter Himschoot 2019
Peter HimschootBlazor Revealedhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4343-5_5

5. Data Storage and Microservices

Peter Himschoot1 
(1)
Melle, Belgium
 

In general, client-side browser applications need to store some of their data. In some cases, such as games, the application can store its data in the browser itself, using browser local storage. But in most cases storage will happen on the server, which has access to database engines such as SQL Server. In this chapter, you will learn the basics of storing data using Entity Framework Core and exposing that data using REST and microservices built on top of ASP.NET Core.

What Is REST?

Storing data on the Web is ubiquitous. But how can applications communicate with one another? Representational ...

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