KKBOX OpenAPI SDK for .NET
- The SDK itself is supported Universal Windows Platform(Build 15063+) and .NET Framework 4.6.1+.
- It should be able to use with Visual Studio 2017.
Use Nuget to install the SDK
Prepare client ID & client secret
Browse KKBOX Developer Website and create an developer account, then create an app to get the client ID and client secret.
Use the SDK
- For Universal Windows Platform, need internet capability:
<Capabilities> <Capability Name="internetClient" /> </Capabilities>
- Get access token:
// Request to get access token var authResult = await KKBOXOAuth.SignInAsync(clientId, clientSecret); string accessToken = authResult.Content.AccessToken;
- Use KKBOX Open API:
KKBOXAPI openAPI = new KKBOXAPI(); // Must setting access token openAPI.AccessToken = accessToken; // Must setting user territory OpenAPI.TerritoryType = TerritoryType.TW; // example get album metadata var album = await openAPI.GetAlbumAsync(albumId);
- Reference Sample to learn how to use the SDK.
Please browse Dotnet SDK document
- Below applies to those who wants to develop the SDK.
- If you were just using the SDK, please refer to previous parts.
- Install Visual Studio 2017 or latest version.
- include Windows 10 (Build 15063+) SDK.
- .NET Framework 4.6.1+.
- Windows 10 (Build 15063+).
Develop the library
Fork the repository to develop, don't develop and custom class name on the repository. If you have any issue, please oepn issue。
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