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Questionhello! I wanted to ask how should we code the domain code ourselves? That is, to register a domain for our website and not to get it from somewhere else? What to learn for it Or what book he read Pin
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AnswerRe: hello! I wanted to ask how should we code the domain code ourselves? That is, to register a domain for our website and not to get it from somewhere else? What to learn for it Or what book he read Pin
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Answerok, thanks Pin
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Questionvisualization of data on a website, where the data is provided by some remote C++ program Pin
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QuestionKENDO GRID with PAGING, SORTING, FILTERING , CUSTOMIZATION Pin
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QuestionWordpress to html software, So I can code it freely (live option?) Pin
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QuestionSimple Question on Http Verbs Pin
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Kevin Marois wrote:
The word 'delete' doesn't even exist in the method. What's stopping me from calling it?

If you put a non-delete verb attribute on it then the framework will stop you calling it, it will return a 404. .net has two ways of associating methods with verbs, one is the explicit adding of the attributes which will restrict what can route to that action. It also follows a naming convention so you can put the verb at the start of the action name, so GetProduct, DeleteProduct etc and .net will use that to route your calls to the right method by matching the verb with the action prefix. You can choose to follow neither convention and use bespoke names and no verb attributes and the routing will (I assume) work on the action name only.

So the purpose they serve is that if you want to following proper semantic api conventions where you route your calls to actions based on the verb then the HttpXXX attributes allow you to implement that convention if you don't want to use the names themselves to route your methods.
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