Tag Archives: Web API

Secure Web APIs with Swagger, Swashbuckle, and OAuth2 (part 3)

This article continues the process started in part 1 which concluded with us having an API that has both anonymous and secure methods that can be called, and a Swagger interface provided by Swashbuckle. For this post, I will be discussing how to customize the Swagger interface and make it… Read more »

Secure Web APIs with Swagger, Swashbuckle, and OAuth2 (part 2)

This article continues the process started in part 1 which concluded with us having an API that has both anonymous and secure methods that can be called, and a Swagger interface provided by Swashbuckle. What remains now is the real meat of what I was trying to accomplish: Making sure… Read more »

Secure Web APIs with Swagger, Swashbuckle, and OAuth2 (part 1)

So I wanted to go down the path of creating a shiny new custom enterprise-grade API framework that includes the following features: Easy to navigate documentation and testability via a Swagger interface that can be tested/tried right on the site hosting the API Authenticated access for customers and clients using… Read more »

On exception handling

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If your application is living in a production environment then good exception handling is one of the most important things you can do if you want to enable good support for your application (logging is another, but I’ll cover that in another post). A knee-jerk reaction to the question of… Read more »