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Creating a RESTful API with Automatic Documentation on Azure App Service

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11 Jun 2021CPOL6 min read
In this article, I will explain and show step by step how to implement through the swashbuckle library a good and useful documentation for your RESTful APIs created under the ASP.
Azure App Services includes several features to manage your web applications and services including Web Apps, Logic Apps, Mobile Apps and API Apps. In this way we make an introduction to explain through this article with a brief example the use of these features to host in this specific case a RESTful API web in a very simple way and in addition to a robust and dynamic documentation.



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Hugo G Fernandez R
Mexico Mexico
Developer and architect of Microsoft applications under the .NET platform, developer of cloud solutions of Microsoft Azure, native developer of applications in Android, IOS, UWP under C # with Xamarín, Unity3d web developer back end, geek by nature, particularly interested in the design of new user interfaces, new media, curious about new development methodologies. Knowledge by experience in electronics, agronomy, shipping, gaming, retail, after sales service, UI / UX, construction, computer training at different levels, self-taught. Specialties: .NET, Silverlight 4.0 +, C #, REST, WebApi, Signal R, ASP.NET, MVC, Android, IOS, JAVA, IIS, WPF, WCF, Kinect, Raspberry, Xamarin, Flutter, Mono, Unity 3D, UWP, Network and IT experience (Configuration of servers, infrastructure, networks and cabling, CISCO Networking, Administration of IT in Azure, DNS, Hosting, IT Policies, Security among others) Experience as a contributor writing in several development magazines and programming for example Obsessive of the minimalist and simplified, soccer fan and XBOX gamer.
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