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AspNetCore.XmlRpc

This is my first contribution in open source world. It is forked from XmlRpcMvc project in Github. The main changes are:

  • Migrated all the code to .NET Standard 2.0
  • Refactored the code to .Net Core style
  • Removed dependencies on MVC as all the services are provided through Middleware.
  • Embedded MetaWeblog models and contracts into the project itself instead of templates.

Why XML-RPC?

If we have SOAP and WCF, why am I still working on the every old XML-RPC?

Some applications are still using XML-RPC based protocols to communicate. For example, Open Live Writer (formerly named Windows Live Writer) supports MetaWeblog APIs when publishing blogs. Kontext project is also using MetaWeblog APIs to publish posts.

How to Install

Nuget (Formal builds)

`Install-Package AspNetCore.XmlRpc`

MyGet (Daily builds)

Refer to https://www.myget.org/feed/aspnetcore_xmlrpc/package/nuget/AspNetCore.XmlRpc

GitHub Link

AspNetCore.XmlRpc

Documentations

Detailed documentations will be published under this category. Please stay tuned.


If you have any questions, please add comment here.

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