Using microsoft docs inside an asp net core website


ASP.NET is a popular programming language used for building dynamic web applications. It provides a powerful framework for creating web pages and web services. In this article, we will explore how to use Microsoft Docs inside an ASP.NET Core website.

Step 1: Setting up the ASP.NET Core Website

To begin, let's create a new ASP.NET Core website. Open Studio and “Create a new project.” Choose the ASP.NET Core Web Application template and a name for your project. Select the desired options and click “Create.”

Once the project is created, you will have a ASP.NET Core website structure. You can now start adding functionality to your website.

Step 2: Adding Microsoft Docs to the Website

To integrate Microsoft Docs into your ASP.NET Core website, you can use the Microsoft Docs API. This API allows you to retrieve documentation content and display it on your website.

First, you need to an API key from the Microsoft Docs website. This key will be used to authenticate your requests to the API. Once you have the API key, you can start requests to retrieve documentation content.

// Example code to retrieve documentation content
string apiKey = "YOUR_API_KEY";
string url = "";

HttpClient client = new HttpClient();
client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Add("api-key", apiKey);

HttpResponseMessage response = await client.GetAsync(url);
string content = await response.Content.ReadAsStringAsync();

// Display the retrieved content on your website

In the above example, we are using the HttpClient class to make a GET request to the Microsoft Docs API. We pass the API key in the request headers to authenticate our request. Once we receive the response, we can extract the content and display it on our website.

Step 3: Displaying the Documentation Content

Now that we have retrieved the documentation content, we can display it on our ASP.NET Core website. One way to do this is by using Razor Pages.

Create a new Razor Page in your project and add the necessary code to retrieve the documentation content. You can then use HTML and Razor to display the content on the page.

@model IndexModel
    ViewData["Title"] = "Microsoft Docs";

Microsoft Docs


In the above example, we are using the @Html.Raw() method to render the retrieved documentation content as raw HTML. This allows us to display the content without any encoding or formatting issues.


Integrating Microsoft Docs into an ASP.NET Core website can provide valuable documentation for your . By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily retrieve and display documentation content on your website.

Remember to obtain an API key from the Microsoft Docs website and use it to authenticate your requests to the API. Additionally, make sure to any errors or exceptions that may occur during the retrieval and display of the documentation content.

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