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Update .NET client to Search API v3 [$50] #32

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roback opened this issue May 9, 2017 · 3 comments
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Update .NET client to Search API v3 [$50] #32

roback opened this issue May 9, 2017 · 3 comments

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@roback roback commented May 9, 2017

Update the client to use the new Blog Search API v3.

Notable changes from the previous version of the Blog Search API are listed under https://developer.twingly.com/resources/search#changes-from-previous-version.

The ruby client was updated in twingly/twingly-search-api-ruby#65, which can be used as help. Some XML fixtures can also be copied from there if needed.

If possible, try to keep all classes/methods/properties backwards compatible with the previous version of the client by marking methods as deprecated. Similar to what was done in the Ruby client.


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@roback roback added the feature label May 9, 2017
@dentarg dentarg changed the title Update client to Search API v3 Update .NET client to Search API v3 May 11, 2017
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@dentarg dentarg commented May 11, 2017

If you are considering solving this issue, you might be interested in also solving one or more of the following issues (they also have bounties from https://www.bountysource.com/)

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@dentarg dentarg commented May 11, 2017

@amironoff interested in the bounty here?

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@dentarg dentarg commented May 12, 2017

Register (for free) at https://app.twingly.com/ to get an Blog Search API key to use when developing and testing (make sure it isn't recorded in any fixture)

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