Great article in WebAPI caching!

Software Engineering

This article shows how easy it is to implement cache with Web API OData. Web API OData V4 now supports Etag and also If-None-Match HTTP headers. These can then be accessed and set using the ODataQueryOptions inside an OData controller. This works well and could be a possible solution if you want to implement everything yourself. Another possible solution is CacheCow from Ali Kheyrollahi. This post is part 9 of the Web API OData V4 series.

Part 1 Getting started with Web API and OData V4 Part 1.
Part 2 Web API and OData V4 Queries, Functions and Attribute Routing Part 2
Part 3 Web API and OData V4 CRUD and Actions Part 3
Part 4 Web API OData V4 Using enum with Functions and Entities Part 4
Part 5 Web API OData V4 Using Unity IoC, SQLite with EF6 and OData Model Aliasing Part 5
Part 6

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Written by robinsedlaczek

I am studying informatics at TU Berlin and work as project manager at Fairmas Berlin. Further I develop technical solutions in the Microsoft .Net environment.

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