How to create client applications that call your web API.
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This tutorial shows how to use HttpClient in a C# console application, to make HTTP calls to a web API.
By Mike Wasson|
Shows how to add custom HTTP message handlers to the HttpClient pipeline.
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Create a complete end-to-end scenario consisting of an ASP.NET Web API application that provides a catalog of books to a Windows Phone 8 application.
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