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Returning Status Codes from ASP.NET Core Controllers

Short, short tip: If you're working in an ASP.NET Core controller you may not have noticed that you have some new methods for generating a response to go back to the client: Ok, Created, NotFound and others. Each of these methods returns a standard HTTP status code. All these methods accept parameters that also let you pass in some content to be formatted into your return message's body.

Saying "Everything went swell" or "Sorry about that" has never been easier.

Posted by Peter Vogel on 10/26/2018 at 1:31 PM


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