• Automate Your Data Storage Workflows

    Automate your workflows using a single Web API that provides similar functionality as the Cloud SDK for the most popular cloud services: Google Drive, OneDrive, Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Dropbox.

  • Create Services Inside Visual Studio

    Quickly configure your Web API project with our Visual Studio ASP.NET 4.0 and ASP.NET 5 project templates and easy-to-use wizard. They work for both hosted and self-hosted Web APIs.

  • Flexible Deployment Options

    Built on ASP.NET Core, the Visitor Web API is designed to be deployed on multiple platforms and supports various hosting options for a wide range of clients such as mobile devices, and browsers.

Supported Storage Services.

Easily access files from these popular online storage service providers. Simply configure the connection string, register your app, and then perform various operations, such as listing data, uploading, deleting or downloading a file. Learn more below:

Perform CRUD Operations

Easily create an API method to update, delete, fetch or read a list of files and folders from the server which is maintained and controlled by the cloud computing providers.

Cloud Web API allows you to perform the following operations - Create, Read/Retrieve, Update, and Delete. These are the four basic functions of the persistence storage. CRUD is data-oriented and the standardized use of HTTP action verbs.

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Create RESTful Web Services

The Cloud Web API is an HTTP service built on ASP.NET Web API and ASP.NET Core technologies. You can easily create Web API services and RESTful services by starting with a template in Visual Studio. Customize your service application and then expose it to the web over HTTP. It can also be used with REST calls or client libraries.

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Simple Configuration and Maintenance

The Cloud Web API supports flexible deployment options, which enables wide usage. Built on ASP.NET Core, the Cloud Web API is designed to be deployed on multiple platforms and supports various hosting options. You can deploy it to Internet Information Services (IIS), the cloud, or it can be self-hosted. Once deployed, the service application serves as a server-side for a wide range of clients such as mobile devices and browsers.

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Deployment Options

The Cloud Web API supports flexible deployment options, which enables wide usage. Built on ASP.NET Core, the Cloud Web API is designed to be deployed on multiple platforms and supports various hosting options. You can deploy it to Internet Information Services (IIS), the cloud, or it can be self-hosted. Once deployed, the service application serves as a server-side for a wide range of clients such as mobile devices and browsers.

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ASP.NET MVC File Manager UI

Integrate the easy and powerful cloud file management of the Cloud Web API into your ASP.NET Core MVC application with the ComponentOne FileManager UI control. As part of the MVC Edition, the FileManager control provides the familiar Windows file explorer UI, allowing users to search for files and navigate directories using the address bar and the left pane.

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