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Web API architecture design

I'm learning and diving into Web API. I've used web services before but not specifically with web API. Below is how I am designing it so far and I was curious on the feedback. I have a ...
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What am I missing in my (mis)understanding of IoC/DI/Castle Windsor?

Okay, so here's how I understand IoC and DI in Web API to work when using Castle Windsor. Note, though, that my confidence that I understand it as I should, though, falls somewhere between my ...
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1answer
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Invoking a web service in a Web API Project…in which layer to invoke?

I am using Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2 and one of my end points has to internally invoke a legacy non-Microsoft web service (not asmx or svc) . Which layer should I invoke this in? I currently have ...
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bad practice to have actions in web api controllers

I was creating a new action for a WebApi controller and tried to create a url using the following: @Url.RouteUrl("DefaultApi", new { httproute = "", controller = "ClientApi"}) and noticed that the ...
2
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1answer
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when is it necessary or when should a controller be async

When is it absolutely necessary for a controller to be async? Should all controllers be async or is it bad practice to make all of them async unless it is necessary. Just looking for some general ...
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1k views

Is there an advantage to using WCF or WebAPI for mobile?

I'm looking at doing my first mobile development using Mono Touch and Mono for Android. I'd like them to communicate with an ASP.NET MVC 4 site I'm designing. I've worked with WCF and WebAPI in the ...
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1answer
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project layout using webapi

I have the following project structure I would like to implement. I would like to know if there are any pitfalls to structuring my code this way. It is going to be using Microsoft's WebAPI, an MVC 4 ...