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Building a URL Shortener Web App using Minimal APIs in .NET 6

A Fist Look at Minimal APIs in .NET 6

As announced in the .NET 6 Preview 4 blog, .NET 6 will release an improvement to ASP.NET Core: minimal APIs for hosting and routing in web applications. With these streamlined APIs, we can build microservices and small HTTP APIs with much less ceremony.

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Changhui Xu

Changhui Xu

Senior Application Developer. MBA. I write blogs about .NET, Angular, JavaScript/TypeScript, Docker, AWS, DDD, and many others.

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