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  1. Something we doing often and on a large scale is bridging our backend and frontend servers via a service architecture. Frontend: view model

    We bridge our backend and frontend servers via HttpClient to create a service architecture.

    Frontend: view models (with a Vm prefix) delivered via Api Controllers to SPAs written in Typescript.

    Backend: service models (with a Sm prefix) delivered via Api Controllers to frontend clients. The backend is multi-tenant and local to the data. Backend services aggregate repository queries using a mixture of stored procedures, ADO.Net style queries and EF. The latency between the frontend and backend requires this separation of concern.

    Backend services are bridged via a common interface - say IFooService. Generated HttpClient proxies satisfying the common interface are…

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    1 comment  ·  Connected Services  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Closing as general feedback that isn’t specifically actionable at this point. Rather than us change your title and description, if you could open another item that speaks to templating code, or WebAPI consumption, that would be great to get that feedback.
    Thanks,
    Steve

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