When you create a web API, documenting its capabilities for the consuming developers can be a task if you take it on manually. Swagger gives you the ability as the API developer to add self-documenting helper pages and test harnesses to your API. Recently John and I took some time away to discuss how to use Swagger to document a Web API written in ASP.NET Core using Swashbuckle and Visual Studio for the Mac Here is the result of that conversation. Check out the Play by Play on Pluralsight Resources docs.microsoft.com : ASP.NET Web API Help Pages using Swagger Swashbuckle GitHub repository Visual Studio for the Mac...
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