Each API has a link to a page with more detailed information, including example request and response bodies.
You can add help pages to an existing Web API project by using Nu Get Package Manager.
You can use XML documentation comments to create the documentation. Next, open the code for the Now build and run the application again, and navigate to the help pages.
(When you deploy the application, make sure to deploy the XML file.) The help pages are built on top of the Api Explorer class, which is part of the Web API framework.This option is useful you start from a different project template than the "Web API" template.From the Tools menu, select Library Package Manager, and then select Package Manager Console.Updates your Web page with any changes that you save to your map file.This message will not appear again during the current session, but it will appear the next time you open and save changes to your map file.When you run the application, the home page contains a link to the API help page. You can edit this page to modify the layout, introduction, title, styles, and so forth.The main part of the page is a table of APIs, grouped by controller.You can enable the autosave feature when you first save your Web page or when you change a saved Web page by selecting the Auto Save as web page every time this map is saved check box in the Save as Web Page dialog box.When you next save changes to your map file, the Auto Save as Web dialog box appears, giving you the following choices.In the Package Manager Console window, type one of the following commands: For a C# application: There are two packages, one for C# and one for Visual Basic.Make sure to use the one that matches your project.