Chapter 2 Stateless Services
The service you implemented in Chapter 1 was a background service that processes on its own and does not respond to user requests. Although background services are useful, most services need to take in user requests. In this chapter, you’ll learn several ways of handling user requests by using a stateless service. First, you’ll learn how to add an ASP.NET web service to your application. Then you’ll learn how to implement a few communication stacks for your services to take client requests via different protocols.
Implementing ASP.NET Core Applications
Cloud-based applications typically have a web front end. To enable you to easily add a web front end to your Service Fabric applications, Service Fabric provides built-in ...