Blazor Tutorial: Call REST API | CRUD Methods - EP10

Blazor Tutorial: Call REST API | CRUD Methods - EP10

In this Blazor tutorial, I am calling REST API to perform CRUD operations on the database: Inject HttpClient, GetJsonAsync, PostJsonAsync, DeleteAsync, PutJsonAsync

In this Blazor tutorial, I am calling REST API to perform CRUD operations on the database.

GitHub Repo - https://github.com/CuriousDrive/BlazorApp

Content:

  1. Inject HttpClient
  2. GetJsonAsync
  3. PostJsonAsync
  4. DeleteAsync
  5. PutJsonAsync

Happy Coding!!

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