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
- 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 is supported by AWS.
RestSharp vNext (v107+)
Finally, RestSharp has moved to
HttpClient. We also deprecated the following:
- SimpleJson in favour of
IRestResponsein favour of implementing classes
IHttpas those are just wrappers
Most of the client and some of the request options are now in
Check v107+ docs for more information.
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Code of Conduct
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.
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.
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on the process for reporting issues and submitting pull requests.
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