I just created a new release of Magic. One of the primary features, is to make its codebase completely modularised, and creating NuGet packages for every single module in the project. This implied creating more than 20 NuGet packages for the record, so it was a substantial job for me. This allows you to use Magic in existing (legacy) code bases, by simply referencing the “magic.library” NuGet package in your project, and including the “files” folder from Magic in your own existing ASP.NET Core Web API. Read more about how to accomplish this here. Although I want to emphasise that I would encourage you to download the entire code base, since it contains the necessary frontend parts to “crudify” your database.
I’ll probably end up creating some more instructional material over the next couple of weeks, but for now I’m heading to the beach 🙂
Anyways, have fun!