We have been learning a lot about WebAPI, its uses, implementations, and security aspects since last five articles of the series. This article of the series will explain how we can handle requests and log them for tracking and for the sake of debugging, how we can handle exceptions and log them. We’ll follow a centralized way of handling exceptions in WebAPI and write our custom classes to be mapped to the type of exception that we encounter and log the accordingly. Follow article for deep understanding, RESTful Day #6: Request logging and Exception handling/logging in Web APIs using Action Filters, Exception Filters and NLog[^]
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I am developing an application in which I am creating new project. Now, I want to run the project. My application is basically the Custom GUI Builder. And to show the navigation between screens I want to run the project created at runtime.