In the previous post, we discussed AWS S3 service and its various use cases. We then set up an AWS S3 bucket with configurations and access for our web application data storage requirements. We created a .NET6 WebAPI project and some basic wiring/configuration to allow our application to access S3. However, we still have to write application code that will allow our user to store notes data (files) in an S3 bucket and read the information from these files as well for processing (CRUD operations).

In this post, we will look into how to perform these operations from our .NET application code, along with the use of AWS SDK for S3.

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