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C# DreamInCode API - NuGet Package Released

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Hey there. Today I took a gander at my DreamInCode library I released for .NET and decided to merge it over to Github.

The source code is very easy to follow and hopefully I managed to clean out a lot of the crap and over engineering I managed to cram in the previous version.

This time it's simple, clean and barebones.

There's a NuGet Package!

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Using it in Visual Studio 2010.

You just have to right click and select Manage NuGet Packages. Then search for DreamInCode and you'll find it.

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Usage of the library is very straightforward.

/* The UserRepository class is what you'll use to fetch information from the API. */
UserRepository userRepository = new UserRepository();

/* You can search for users by giving the repository a numerical ID. */
var user = userRepository.FindUserById(335389);

/* Accessing the information is very easy and intuitive. */

/* Their friends are already loaded into the User object! */
foreach (var friend in user.Friends)
    Console.WriteLine("{0} - {1}", friend.FriendId, friend.Name);

/* So are their visitors! */
foreach (var visitor in user.Visitors)
    Console.WriteLine("{0} visited on: {1}", visitor.Name, visitor.TimeOfLastVisit);

Hopefully you guys use it and some more .NET applications for us Windows users. I smell a DIC messenger maybe? :)

Let me know what you think and if you want to contribute feel free to pull request me on Github.

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07 September 2011 - 12:55 PM
Nice job! Thanks for the release!


11 September 2011 - 04:32 PM
Nice job! I have playing with it for a few minutes and I like it.

Sergio Tapia 

12 September 2011 - 06:07 AM
Please be sure to share any projects you create with it. :)
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Bienvenidos! I'm a USA ex-pat living in Bolivia for the past 10 years. Web development is my forte with a heavy lean for usability and optimization. I'm fluent in both English and Spanish. I guest write for the popular Python website Python Central. Visit my website.