Retrieve an Atom feed in .NET Core

12 October, 2015

After yesterday’s adventure and recent forehead-smacking, this seemed like an appropriate, and small, goal.

After some Googling I found RestSharp, which bills itself as a Simple REST and HTTP API Client for .NET. Sounds good.

I tried to work out how to add this to my project.json but couldn’t find any documentation on what it should like, even after I remembered about things like NuGet.

So I guessed and typed dnu install restsharp, which seemed to fetch the right files. My package.json didn’t seem to have updated though, so I then did a dnu restore. This updated the package file, but might have been overkill and a timing issue in my editor.

I now have a small file which will retrieve an Atom file and dump it to screen.

Another small step tomorrow.

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