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Request-Response in .NET with HttpClient

Published 12 months ago • 1 min read

The Classic Backend Communication Pattern

From web protocols like HTTP, DNS, or SSH to database protocols and APIs - The Request-Response pattern is everywhere.

In the first article on my series of Backend Communication Patterns in .NET, we take a look at the classic, simplest pattern and implement it using the latest approaches in modern .NET

Request-Response in .NET with HttpClient

Implementing The Classic Backend Communication Pattern

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