Say goodbye to building boring APIs with Azure Data API Builder

 
English Introductory and overview Azure

Developers often find themselves building APIs solely for data retrieval and storage, a task that can lack excitement and be very time-consuming. Enter Microsoft's open-source solution: Data API Builder. This tool enables you to securely expose your Azure database through REST and GraphQL endpoints, eliminating the need to manually write these APIs. Join this session to explore the features, deployment options, and nuances of Data API Builder. We'll also showcase its seamless integration with Azure Static Web Apps.

Speaker

Sander ten Brinke

Lead Software Engineer @ Arcady | Microsoft MVP (Developer Technologies)

Sander ten Brinke is a Microsoft MVP and Lead Software Engineer at Arcady, a Dutch IT consultancy firm based in Zwolle. He loves working with .NET, Azure, CI/CD and a whole lot more. He always stays up to date with all new technology and loves sharing his knowledge with everyone by speaking, blogging, podcasting and more!

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