We’re happy to announce that the Unirest library for .NET
and RT (“windows 8”) has been merged! This was possible thanks to Lionel Ringenbach’s
Lionel is a C#/XAML developer based in Switzerland. He enjoys developing for Microsoft platforms (mobile, tablets, desktop). He loved to code because “it is the most creative tool that has been given to me – you think, create, and make everyday a better day!”
We’ve asked him to write the post below. Enjoy!
The Unirest HTTP request library was ported sometime back for the classic .NET platform and WinRT. They were packaged in 2 different…
As proud contributors to the open source community, nothing makes us happier than getting feedback and support from developers who like to make things better.
Shortly after we released Unirest.io
, we received a ton of feedback from developers who would like to get a Windows 8 and .NET port. Before we can even get to it, we received contributions from Michael Azarkevich
and Michael Sync
who ported Unirest to the two platforms. To the two Michaels, a HUGE THANK YOU! You rock m/
We have officially rolled them in with the rest of the Unirest libraries here
After the successful launch of Unirest
, an open source lightweight http client library, we received a lot of requests for a C# .NET port on Windows Desktop and Windows 8. Even before we got to work, we’ve received contributions from the open source community who ported Unirest to .NET.
This tutorial will show you how to use the Windows 8 (RT) port of Unirest
in your application (We will follow this up with the Windows Desktop port
in a later post, but it will follow pretty much the same steps). Let’s get started!
NOTE: We will be updating this…
*UPDATE! We have extended the contest until December 22, 2012, and accepting WP8 entries!*
We would like to thank everyone who have signed up for Mashape’s Windows 8 Contest! If you haven’t registered yet, please check out our Facebook page
for the contest details and registration.
Here at Mashape, we are committed to supporting as many platforms as possible. Which is why we’re running this developer challenge to reach out to those Windows 8/RT/WP8 developers out there. The best Windows 8/RT or WP8 application that uses any APIs listed on Mashape wins a Microsoft Surface with Windows RT. We’re currently…