ASP.NET Core – Getting query string values

The ASP.NET Core framework automatically parses query strings (i.e. ?name=Dune&year=2021) into HttpContext.Request.Query and maps the query string values to action parameters (if you’ve added them). You can get the mapped query string values by adding action parameters, like this: Or you can use HttpContext.Request.Query directly (which is useful in many scenarios): This can either return … Read more

ASP.NET Core – Self-hosted service stub with a command line interface

When you’re integrating with a third-party API, you may want to send requests to a service stub instead of sending them to the real API. The purpose of a service stub is to simulate the third-party API by returning hardcoded responses. This is similar to how mocks are used in unit testing – it helps … Read more