OData

Create and consume RESTful APIs in a simple and standard way

Early investigation into supporting the OData V4 libraries in ASP.NET 5/MVC 6

Dear OData lovers, The OData team has started the investigation into supporting the OData .NET V4 libraries in ASP.NET 5/MVC 6. The work is currently going well and tracked by the following two GitHub issues: https://github.com/OData/odata.net/issues/97 https://github.com/OData/WebApi/issues/229 (initiated by one of our enthusiastic...

Announcing the Release of Web API OData 5.3

The NuGet packages for ASP.NET Web API OData 5.3 are now live on the NuGet gallery! Download this release You can install or update the NuGet packages for ASP.NET Web API OData 5.3 using the NuGet Package Manager Console, like this: What’s in this release? This release primarily includes great new features for Web API ...

Connecting to an OAuth 2.0 protected OData Service

This post creates a Windows Phone 7 client application for the OAuth 2.0 protected OData service we created in the last post. Prerequisites: To run this code you will need: Our application: Our application is a very basic Windows Phone 7 (WP7) application that allows you to browse favorites and if logged in create new favorites and...

Using ASP.NET output caching with Data Services

A lot of our customers have asked us how to cache results from their Data Service. Which is why I want to point you to this excellent post by Peter Qian (a developer on the Data Services team) that shows you how to setup ASP.NET output caching. It lays out what is required very clearly. Check it out. Alex James Program Manager Microsoft...

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