dotnet add package HttpClient --version 0.6.0
NuGet\Install-Package HttpClient -Version 0.6.0
<PackageReference Include="HttpClient" Version="0.6.0" />
paket add HttpClient --version 0.6.0
#r "nuget: HttpClient, 0.6.0"
// Install HttpClient as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=HttpClient&version=0.6.0 // Install HttpClient as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=HttpClient&version=0.6.0
Contains a general purpose HttpClient with rich support for JSON and XML formats.
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- JsonValue (>= 0.6.0)
NuGet packages (12)
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Strong-typed Linq to Web API. Builds on top of HttpClient and provides the easiest way to interface with typed REST services that are modeled around typed entities or contracts. Example: var products = client .Query<Product>("products") .OrderBy(x => x.Downloads) .Skip(25) .Take(25) .ToList();
Allows querying WCF Web Api endpoints that expose IQueryable<T>, with full query support for nested relationships, etc. Does not deal with response deserialization. Look for HttpEntityClient for that.
HTTP Client Sample for http://www.easyprojects.net/ RESTfull API
Class library project package. Provides a SpecFlow testing framework for Windows Phone apps within the emulator.
Azure Service Instance Provisioning (auto scaling). Leverage Windows Azure without getting dragged down by low level technicalities.
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This is a collection of prototypes, samples, proof-of-concepts. None of this is meant to be used in production code, but you can take any of the ideas you like and try them out in your own projects.