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Find below series of tutorials on building RESTful Web Services in .Net. These tutorials contain examples and sample codes that can help you to practice on your own.
RESTful Web Services Tutorial 1: Creating a RESTful API in Visual Studio(C# .Net)
Learn how to create a RESTful API from the scratch using Visual Studio in few easy steps. And you can follow these these lesson with no knowledge of programming.
RESTful Web Services Tutorial 2: Setting up a REST Clinet (Advanced REST Client)
In this tutorial, you learn how to download and set up REST Client for free on your computer. REST Client makes it easy to test REST Web Services to make sure they comply with the REST Architecture. See Richarson’s Maturity Model.
RESTful Web Services Tutorial 3: Creating and Calling POST, PUT and DELETE Methods
In this tutorial, you learn how to Create the POST, PUT and DELET Methods in Visual Studio using C# code. You need to complete Tutorial 1 2 to be able to follow this tutorial.
RESTful Web Services Tutorial 4: Testing the REST APIs Using Advanced REST Client
In this tutorial, you will get used to the Advanced REST Client environment and learn how to us ARC to test the web services you created in Visual Studio.
RESTful Web Services Tutorial 5: Working wing MS SQL Database (Create the Employee Database)
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use MS SQL Server Management Studio to set up a database.
RESTful Web Services Tutorial 6: Creating/Generating and entity Framework Class Diagram in Visual Studio
In this tutorial you will be learn a bit of Entity Framework and how to generated class diagrams and class files automatically from the database created in SQL Server.
RESTful Web Services Tutorial 7: Working With Databases (Inserting a record into the database using DBContext)
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a function to insert a record into the database from Visual Studio using DBContext.
RESTful Web Services Tutorial 8: Using Entity Framework With MVC – Database First
In this tutorial, you will learn about Entity Framework with MVC and how to create an MVC application that would generate classes to access database tables from SQL Server.