This article explains the scaffolding of asynchronous Web API 2 Controllers.
This article explains the scaffolding of asynchronous Web API 2 Controllers. For this we need Visual Studio 2013. For scaffolding the controller we need to select the "Web API 2 Controller with actions, using Entity Framework". For scaffolding asynchronous Web API controllers use the "use async controller actions" check box that is for scaffolding an asycnchronous Controler in Web API 2.
Now we will explain scaffolding. Scaffolding is just used for automatically generating code in a web application. Visual Studio 2013 has a preinstalled code generator for the Web API. Scaffolding generates the code including the data model class.
See the following code:
We can see in the code above that all the methods are automatically created. There is nothing we need to code ourselves.