I recently published a new screencast video on HttpClient: query string and form input.  Check out this post for more background on these features and a brief code example.


This screencast shows you how to manage query string and form input required by RESTful services on the Web by using some of the new features in the WCF REST Starter Kit Preview 2. The example shows how to send this type of input into the Twitter REST API.

Check out our growing collection of free .NET screencasts and videos.  You can subscribe to the Pluralsight feed to be notified when new screencasts are published.  In addition, check out our growing library of Pluralsight On-Demand! training courses.