Showing posts with label Versioning. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Versioning. Show all posts

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Versioning in WebAPI using Route Constraints

I had an interesting problem with API versioning. The API behaviour for a given resource was going to change between version 1.x and 1.y, but the controller logic was going to stay the same. Usually when your behaviour changes it's a big enough change that you need a new controller and you can direct the request appropriately - either using a version number in the route, or (my preference) with a version in the request header and a custom IHttpControllerSelector.


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Monday, August 3, 2015

Versioning ASP.Net Web API

One of the important things to consider when building an API is a strategy for versioning the API to manage changes. There are several reasons this is important: To support users (developers) of the API that are using an existing version so as not to force breaking changes on them. To prevent breaking existing versions of the client applications that are using an existing version of the API. Previous versions of the API will normally be maintained for either a period to allow developers and client applications to upgrade or indefinitely.


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