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JsonApi Client

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Client framework for consuming JSONAPI web services based on the JSON API standard

📦 Installation

jsonapi-consumer is available on NuGet.

dotnet add package jsonapi-consumer

🚀 Usage

Create HttpGet request with single response object

Response<User[]> response = JsonApiConsumer.Get<User>(
    baseURI: ABSOLUTE_URL,
    path: RELATIVE_URI,
    query: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { "FirstName", "Oktay" }, { "LastName", "Kır" } },
    headers: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { HEADER_API_KEY, HEADER_API_KEY_VALUE } } );

Create HttpGet request with array response object

Response<User> response = JsonApiConsumer.GetById<User>(
    id: "c833cbbf-7c81-4d30-b11a-88cf1c990b9c",
    baseURI: ABSOLUTE_URL,
    path: RELATIVE_URI,
    query: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { "FirstName", "Oktay" }, { "LastName", "Kır" } },
    headers: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { HEADER_API_KEY, HEADER_API_KEY_VALUE } } );

Create HttpPost request

var user = new User()
{
    id = "c833cbbf-7c81-4d30-b11a-88cf1c990b9c";
    FirstName = "Oktay"; 
    LastName="Kır";
}

Response<CreateUserResponse> response = JsonApiConsumer.Create<User, CreateUserResponse>(
    model: user,
    baseURI: ABSOLUTE_URL,
    path: RELATIVE_URI,
    headers: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { HEADER_API_KEY, HEADER_API_KEY_VALUE } } );

Post a file

Response<PostFileResponse> response = JsonApiConsumer.PostFile<PostFileResponse>(
    fileName: "filename",
    data: new byte[],
    baseURI: ABSOLUTE_URL,
    path: RELATIVE_URI,
    headers: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { HEADER_API_KEY, HEADER_API_KEY_VALUE } } );

Create HttpPut request

var user = new User()
{
    FirstName = "Oktay"; 
    LastName="Kır";
}

Response<UpdateUserResponse> response = JsonApiConsumer.Update<User, UpdateUserResponse>(
    id: "c833cbbf-7c81-4d30-b11a-88cf1c990b9c",
    model: user,
    baseURI: ABSOLUTE_URL,
    path: RELATIVE_URI,
    headers: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { HEADER_API_KEY, HEADER_API_KEY_VALUE } } );

Create HttpPatch request

var user = new User()
{
    FirstName = "CC"; 
}

Response<PatchUserResponse> response = JsonApiConsumer.Patch<User, PatchUserResponse>(
    id: "c833cbbf-7c81-4d30-b11a-88cf1c990b9c",
    model: user,
    baseURI: ABSOLUTE_URL,
    path: RELATIVE_URI,
    headers: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { HEADER_API_KEY, HEADER_API_KEY_VALUE } } );

Create HttpDelete request

Response<DeleteUserResponse> response = JsonApiConsumer.Delete<DeleteUserResponse>(
    id: "c833cbbf-7c81-4d30-b11a-88cf1c990b9c",
    baseURI: ABSOLUTE_URL,
    path: RELATIVE_URI,
    headers: new Dictionary<string, string>() { { HEADER_API_KEY, HEADER_API_KEY_VALUE } } );

Response class definition

public class Response<T>
{
	public DocumentRoot<T> documentRoot { get; internal set; }
	public HttpStatusCode httpStatusCode { get; internal set; }
	public Error error { get; set; }
	public bool IsSuccess { get; internal set; }
}

Contributors

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🤝 Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/OKTAYKIR/jsonapi-consumer/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

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📝 License

MIT License