At last the opportunity came for it where we would need an example C# client to integrate with the snapWONDERS API. This isn’t too very different than the Go example source code that we provided last week.
On another note I’ve been deliberating whether we should include a Java example code or not. But personally, the licensing issues with Java seems awfully confusing, and takes effect in 2024 if I am not mistaken. Considering the popularity of Go, and that it targets multiple environments and generates code to run, it might suffice to say that Go will continue to grow in popularity.
I’ve always loved coding in C# for many reasons but will not elaborate here on the why but instead provide an basic overview on C#. A brief introduction can be given as follows:
C# encompasses static typing, strong typing, lexically scoped, imperative, declarative, functional, generic, object-oriented (class-based), and component-oriented programming disciplines.
Strictly speaking, this is unnecessary to write interfacing API code considering there are already auto-generators that can generate client code to connect to APIs directly from the OpenAPI JSON schema file. snapWONDERS does publish the OpenAPI version 3 JSON schema file.
For complete details you can visit: https://snapwonders.com/resources/how-to-create-a-csharp-client-to-integrate-with-the-snapwonders-api