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- Mar 13, 2012 · There is one thing that most client projects have in common – they request data, in some form, from a server. When developing for Windows Phone I prefer to do these requests using HttpWebRequest instead of WebClient (why – explained here by Andreas). But this is not a post about Windows Phone, it’s about the […]
- We fully covered method , headers and body in the chapter Fetch. fetch should send cookies and HTTP-Authorization headers with the request. Normally, fetch transparently follows HTTP-redirects, like 301, 302 etc. Response.Headers.Add("id", "testtest"); is not having the expected effect, because you have never sent Response to the client.
- In the case of a webhook, however, there’s no fallback message, just a straight exception (as above) and the request fails. Ah, yeah, right, coz webhook/connect still uses another http client that doesn’t fall back.