We talked in a previous article about enabling OData in your existing ASP.NET Core API using EDM.
One of the biggest advantages of following that method is to be able to take advantage of functionality such as count to enable an on-demand function in almost every web application such as navigation.
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In a previous article, I talked about how you can leverage the power of OData with your existing ASP.NET Core API to bring in more features to your API consumers.
But there are different ways you could enable OData on your existing API that are just as simple but offers more powerful features than overriding your existing routes and enabling dependency injection.
In this article, I’m going to show you how you can supercharge your existing ASP.NET Core APIs with OData to provide better experience for your API consumers with only 4 lines of code.
For the purpose of this tutorial please clone our demo project WashingtonSchools so you can follow up and try the different features we are going to talk about in this article.