Build an API backend for your application using the newest version of .NET that can be developed anywhere and run everywhere. This tutorial walks through the process to build a production-ready service to perform CRUD operations on a “Pokemon.”
This blog post describes an approach for integrating Spring.NET and MyBatis.NET in a way that lets iBATIS aggregate SqlMap config files from multiple assemblies (a.k.a. assembly scanning) prior to handing out ISqlMapper instances. Teams setting up new MyBatis.NET/Spring.NET tech stacks might find this useful.