Use Amazon RDS with .NET 6 (Minimal Web API)



In this video, we’re going to set up a PostgreSQL database with Amazon RDS and connect our minimal .NET 6 Web API – looking at how to create and read records from the database using POST and GET HTTP requests.

This video is for educational purposes only. Be sure to stop and de-allocate any AWS resources that you provision during this walkthrough!

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• 🕘 Timestamps
0:00 – Intro
2:44 – Overview of the Minimal .NET 6 Web API
7:24 – NuGet Packages
8:33 – EF Core DbContext
10:10 – Setting up a PostgreSQL database with RDS
17:28 – EF Core Migrations
21:24 – Using pgAdmin to Connect to Postgres on RDS
24:49 – curl POST request
26:00 – Viewing the results
26:33 – Removing resources

• 📚 Topics Covered in This Video
► .NET 6
► AWS
► Amazon RDS
► .NET 6 Minimal Web API
► Cloud Native
► Web API Development

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