Remember that once you have a WebAPI you can make it available in a number of ways. The “projection” of the methods that the WebAPI makes available can be presented visually, as Swagger/OData/GraphQL, however you like. Another project is WebAPI2CLI that lets you call WebAPI endpoints easily from a CLI (Command Line Interface) that is more high fidelity than curl or wget.
What .NET Core Blockly is doing is looking at the projection/interface of your WebAPI and generating Blockly blocks! That means that anyone (business users, student, tester, whatever) could try out your WebAPI with a simple drag and drop interface in their browser!
You can pull in Swagger, OData, or GraphQL interfaces.
I love seeing fun projects like this that make the web (and .NET code) easier to use! Go give them some stars and get involved!
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