Couple of weeks ago, one of my former coworkers ran across a very weird problem when he was prototyping on some of his ideas with ASP.NET Web API: No HTTP resource was found that matches the request URI. Let's see what this issue was all about and what is the solution.
In my previous post, I emphasized a few important facts on my journey of building an OAuth authorization server. As great people say: "Talk is cheap. Show me the code." It is exactly what I'm trying to do in this blog post. Also, this post is the first one in the "Simple OAuth Server" series.
I've recorded a short video which covers the brief introduction of OWIN and Project Katana. That short video will give you an idea about OWIN and Project Katana.
This post will show you how to you can replace the default server of OwinHost.exe with Nowin in Visual Studio 2013
Microsoft implementation of OWIN (Microsoft.Owin or Katana for now) has a great logging infrastructure and this post will walk you through the basics of this component.
With Visual Studio 2013 RC, we are introduced to a new extensiblity point: External Host. This gives us the F5 experience Wwth OwinHost.exe on VS 2013 and this post walks you through this feature.