Exploring Visual Studio 2010 Using Visual C#, Part 1 of 4

Overview

Duration: 1 hr 30 mins

What you’ll learn

  • Learn REST design guidelines and practices
  • Understand REST API evaluation & integration
  • Use public REST APIs to populate application clients
  • Learn how REST & HTTP are tightly coupled
  • Learn to use the Cloud 9 online IDE
  • Design your own RESTful API and more

Description

REST works in open-sourced and private application development projects needs to go through this course and absorb all of its content. Anyone desiring to learn how REST is implemented in clients and servers needs the knowledge demonstrations and practice presented in this course. This not only includes web mobile and service application developers but also architects UI designers testers and administrators. This course provides a solid understanding of how to effectively participate in a project leveraging REST API’s both as consumers and providers.NO REST EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED!!!Target Audience

This course was built for software developers who need to understand how to work with REST API’s and services in any type of development effort regardless of language framework or library used.
This course is designed for those developers who need to learn REST’s protocol to be able to effectively participate in projects implementing the technology. Of course the info presented here is just as valuable for architects testers and product managers as they too should understand how REST API’s are structured delivered and consumed in a software development effort.

Learning Objectives

Learn REST design guidelines and practices
Understand REST API evaluation & integration
Use public REST API’s to populate application clients
Learn how REST & HTTP are tightly coupled
Understand the parallel of REST and database CRUD operations
Learn to use the Cloud 9 online IDE for REST development
Design your own RESTful API
Develop a RESTful application server with nodeJS
Learn to code test and serve a custom REST API
Discover Postman for testing RESTful API endpoints … and much much more!

Requirements

Before taking this course a student should ideally (but not absolutely) have:
A at least a modest knowledge of HTML web server use and configuration and JavaScript. Ideally the student should be familiar with creating servers with nodeJS. If the student has only some or even none of these skills he/she will still benefit from this course greatly but may need to pause a video in progress to perform some additional background research. This is encouraged as it’ll only make for a better overall experience and net benefit.
NO REST EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED!!!

Created By:  Stone River eLearning