RestSharp.Serializers.NewtonsoftJson

Simple REST and HTTP API Client for .NET

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Apache-2.0   -   Apache License 2.0

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RestSharp - Simple .NET REST Client

RestSharp is a lightweight HTTP client library. It's a wrapper around HttpClient, not a full-fledged client on its own.

What RestSharp adds to HttpClient:

  • Default parameters of any kind, not just headers
  • Add a parameter of any kind to requests, like query, URL segment, header, cookie, or body
  • Multiple ways to add a request body, including JSON, XML, and form data
  • Built-in serialization and deserilization of JSON and XML

RestSharp vNext

Finally, RestSharp has moved to HttpClient. We also deprecated the following:

  • SimpleJson in favour of System.Text.Json.JsonSerialzer
  • IRestClient, IRestRequest, and IRestResponse in favour of implementing classes
  • Everything Http and IHttp as those are just wrappers

Most of the client and some of the request options are now in RestClientOptions.

Check v107+ docs for more information.

💥 Interfaces rage!
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please read this page.

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This project has adopted the code of conduct defined by the Contributor Covenant to clarify expected behavior in our community. For more information see the .NET Foundation Code of Conduct.

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RestSharp is an open-source project with a single maintainer. Do not expect your issue to be resolved unless it concerns a large group of RestSharp users. The best way to resolve your issue is to fix it yourself. Fork the repository and submit a pull request. You can also motivate the maintainer by sponsoring this project.

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Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on the process for reporting issues and submitting pull requests.

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License: Apache License 2.0