TNWiki Article Spotlight – Working with API Management REST API using .NET


Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday.

API Management is one of the features in Azure which helps you a lot with your existing service infrastructure. But, it is hard to get started when trying to automate API Management. As many other services in Azure, API Management provides a REST API for administrating the service without going to the Azure portal. Fortunately, Steef-Jan has written an article on how to work with the API Management REST API with a .NET client. He starts by explaining how to provide developer access to the service, which media type to use and how the authentication works. After that he explains the different entities of API Management and how you can navigate through the API. He also shows a small tool called “API Management Explorer” which helps with the development.

If you want to automate your API Management services, you should definitely have a look at this article.

– German Ninja Jan (TwitterBlogProfile)

Comments (3)

  1. pituach says:

    Thanks for sharing Horizon 😎
    +5

  2. I worked on API Management! Fantastic service! Thanks, Jan!

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