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Published : Sep 27, 2023
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Sep 2023
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ASP.NET core MVC has proven to be a powerful and flexible approach for building web applications that host APIs. However, its flexibility brings a certain amount of complexity with it, including boilerplate and conventions that aren't always obvious. The routing provided by ASP.NET allows multiple services to be hosted in a single application, but in today's world of serverless functions and independently deployable microservices, that flexibility might be overkill. .NET Minimal APIs provide a simple approach to implementing a single-API web application in the .NET ecosystem. The Minimal API framework can implement an API endpoint with just a few lines of code. Minimal API joins the new generation of API frameworks — including Micronaut, Quarkus and Helidon — which are optimized for lightweight deployments and fast startup times. We're interested in the combination of Minimal APIs and .NET 7 Native AOT for implementing simple, lightweight microservices in serverless functions.

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