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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Setting up Hangfire in an ASP.NET Web API Application

If you want to run some background tasks inside your ASP.NET Web API application, I strongly suggest you have a look at Hangfire. You don't need a separate Windows Service or anything, you can just spawn the task within the Web API. Having said that, Hangfire gives you extended functionality to run your background task as a Console Application or as a Windows Service. For the persistence storage for the tasks, Hangfire uses SQL Server, MySQL, Redis etc.


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.Net, ASP.Net, WebAPIs, Hangfire, Scheduling Tasks

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