Learn how to return a file from an API endpoint in ASP.NET Core and create an HTML download link. In this article, I will use a demo Web API application in ASP.NET Core to show you how to transmit files through an API endpoint.
Learn how to return a file from an API endpoint in ASP.NET Core and create an HTML download link.
In this article, I will use a demo Web API application in ASP.NET Core to show you how to transmit files through an API endpoint. In the final HTML page, end users can left-click a hyperlink to download the file or right-click the link to choose “
Save Link As” in the context menu and save the file.
The full solution can be found in my GitHub repository, which includes a web project for uploading/downloading files and an integration test project for testing controller methods.
Now let’s dive in.
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