How To Call Web API In Another Project From C#

How To Call Web API In Another Project From C#

How To Call Web API In Another Project From C#. In this blog you will learn how to create mvc web api and call it from c# instead of ajax.


This article explains how to call a web API from another project using C## instead of making an Ajax call. I'm creating a web API in MVC in project1 and want to call this API in another project (like.MVC,,.core etc) project but don't want to make any Ajax requests.


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