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C# (.NET)

Query RapidAPI using C#

To get started using C# to consume APIs on RapidAPI, run the following command:

Install-Package RapidAPISDK

Once you've installed the SDK, require it in your code:

using RapidAPISDK;

You can now instantiate a new RapidAPI client with your ProjectName and ProjectKey:

private static RapidAPI RapidApi = new RapidAPI('ProjectName',token: 'ProjectKey');

Now, to call an API, all you have to do is write the following code:

List<Parameter> body = new List<Parameter>();

body.Add(new DataParameter("ParameterKey1", "ParameterValue1"));
body.Add(new DataParameter("ParameterKey2", "ParameterValue2"));

try { 
	Dictionary<string, object> response = RapidApi.Call("APIName", "FunctionName", body.ToArray()).Result;
	object payload;
	if (response.TryGetValue("success", out payload)){ 


catch (RapidAPIServerException e){ 

catch (Exception e){ 


Updated 5 months ago

C# (.NET)

Query RapidAPI using C#

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