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Build an ASP NET Core 3.1 Web API with MVC (Edit Home Controller Index View) - [Part 26]

Latest: (Unit Testing Blazor ASP.NET 5) Welcome to this 26th episode of the Built a Web Api in ASP.NET Core 3.1 and Consume it using an MVC Client also in ASP.NET Core.

In my previous (25th) episode, I walked through the install of essential NuGet packages for the client MVC project.
In this episode, I shall Edit Home Controller Index View.

I will build the project from scratch and walk you through the code explaining everything in the process. All the episodes will be in continuation from the previous ones, so it is highly recommended to be up to date with all the previous episodes before viewing this one.

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This is part 26 of a multi-part series of tutorials on How to Build a Web API and Consume it in ASP.NET Core MVC using SQL Server and ADO.NET.

The finished project will use client and server-side form validation techniques used in core by the MVC client. The Web API project will use Serilog for logging errors.

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Build an ASP NET Core 3.1 Web API with MVC (Edit Home Controller Index View) - [Part 26]