Projects / MVC.ApiExplorer


MVC.ApiExplorer is a portable, independent component that can help you to explore all actions of a controller in an ASP.NET MVC project. It doesn't do the things that unit testing or QA tools would do, so you can still use unit test tools in the development stage. However, when you are cooperating with someone else who is developing another part of a system that will invoke your API, such as frontend JavaScript or Flash, MVC.ApiExplorer may help your partners understand your API quickly. MVC.ApiExplorer automatically generates a test page that will list all the actions of a controller. Then you can do some tests directly on the page.


Recent releases

  •  07 Jan 2012 11:29

    Release Notes: This release supports the ActionName attribute.

    •  05 Nov 2011 20:17

      Release Notes: Support for enumerable-parameter binding was added. All build-in data types are now rendered with a simplified type name.

      •  09 Oct 2011 02:57

        Release Notes: This release adds support for anti-forgery with a salt value, rendering of simplified type names, and a new theme.

        •  30 Jul 2011 14:32

          Release Notes: Support for complex model binding was added. The bug regarding finding an action URL in the route table was fixed, and users can specify a route name. The interface has been refined for a displaying complex model in a nested table.

          •  29 Jun 2011 06:48

            Release Notes: Support was added for http-put and http-delete invocation.


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