Various Types of Action Results in WEB API 2

WEB API 2 is a framework for building HTTP services that can be accessed from any client including browsers and mobile devices. It is an ideal platform for building RESTful applications on the .NET Framework.

HTTP is not just for serving up web pages. HTTP is also a powerful platform for building APIs that expose services and data. HTTP is simple, flexible, and ubiquitous. Almost any platform that you can think of has an HTTP library, so HTTP services can reach a broad range of clients, including browsers, mobile devices, and traditional desktop applications. ASP.NET Web API is a framework for building web APIs on top of the .NET Framework. The following are the return types for Web API action methods.

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An Introduction to Low-Code Development Platforms

Software applications are used in every business, small or large, either to serve customers or to facilitate internal operations. Although there is a wide variety of software solutions on the market that fits most of the requirements of businesses, many businesses, at one point or another, realize that they need a custom software solution to promote their strengths and competitive advantages. Such custom solutions usually integrate different tools and services to support a business process in a business unit.

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Estrada’s Micro-Methods for Data and Business Intelligence

First it was the enterprise data model, then data warehouse, enterprise architecture, and finally master data management that became the consultancy solution mega implementations. Each has run its initial course with, at times, very limited results. Some organizations have abandoned methods that demand high levels of investment with the promise of future payback. Today, the pace of change requires incremental, quick-paced action to implement something of value.

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Building SQL Server Data Warehouse in Azure

Choose your options

Azure as a cloud service is gaining market share; 13 per cent as of Q1 2018 and second only to AWS with 33 per cent according to Synergy Research Group. Many companies are hoping on-board the Azure train as the platform becomes more mature and more services become available and cost effective.

Building a data warehouse using SQL Server database on Azure is one of the many use cases that’s gaining traction.

This blog explores and compare some key differences between the 3 options to build data warehouse using SQL Server database on Azure.

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Microsoft Azure: Service levels to accommodate your needs

Azure is a cloud computing environment that has grown in size and demand over the time, it was first released in 2010 under the name Windows Azure. Later, in 2014, it was renamed to Microsoft Azure. It has a robust, web browser based dashboard that will let you administer all of your cloud resources as well as an extension of PowerShell cmdlets (command line executables) to facilitate resource management and DevOps tasks. It offers multi-platform solutions and different service levels that will accommodate the needs of most companies in a pay-as-you-go schema, moving from Capital Expenditure (CapEx) to Operation Expenditure (OpEx). Read More Microsoft Azure: Service levels to accommodate your needs