Since .net web assemblies and web services are going to be obsolete, I'd like an example of how to build a simple C# Web Api with SnapDeveloper. (to begin with :) ).
Now that I finally managed to sort of understand the web services, they go obsolete so I'd rather forget about web services and make new C# Web Api's to create Appeon powerserver workarounds that I need.
There's this page: https://www.appeon.com/support/documents/appeon_online_help/snapdevelop2019/Create_a_Web_API/ , with nice examples for the datastore / datamodel stuff, but I would just like an example of how to create (where and what) a simple function which I then can call from Powerbuilder. Something at the same simple and clear level as this presentation of Marco Meoni for the noobs: https://www.appeon.com/developers/library/videos/soap-web-service-crash-course.html (Bruce also has a very similar presentation too somewhere on youtube)
Should I add a "Class", "interface" to the project, or ... ?
Thank you, regards,