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Blazor and Customizing the OData entity model

cecilphillip profile image Cecil L. Phillip 🇦🇬 ・2 min read

OData (Open Data Protocol) is an approved, OASIS standard that defines a set of best practices for building and consuming REST APIs. While OData has been around for a while, it has been seeing some renewed interested in the community for adding a layer of flexibility to your already existing HTTP based APIs.

Now, that .NET can run natively in the browser using WebAssembly via Blazor, developers want to be able to pair their OData backends with their Blazor frontends.

In a follow up to our previous episode on Supercharging your Web APIs with OData and ASP.NET Core, Hassan is back with Jeremy to talk about how we can customize the OData entity model so that we can use OData with any data source. Along the way, there might be a little Blazor goodness too!

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Cecil L. Phillip 🇦🇬

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Senior Cloud Developer Advocate at @Microsoft, Podcaster, Teacher, Swimmer, & Music Lover. Born and Raised in Antigua

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Very interesting blazor every day I fall more in love with this.

 

Blazor is definitely starting to grow on me as well