HttpHelperResponse

Warning

(This API is obsolete and has been removed. Please use System.Net.Http.HttpResponseMessage or Windows.Web.Http.HttpResponseMessage directly)

HttpHelperResponse represents an HTTP response message including headers.

Sample

using (HttpHelperResponse response = await HttpHelper.Instance.SendRequestAsync(request))
{
    await response.GetTextResultAsync();
}
Using response = Await HttpHelper.Instance.SendRequestAsync(request)
    Await response.GetTextResultAsync()
End Using

Constructors

The HttpHelperResponse class has these constructors.

Constructor Description
HttpHelperResponse(HttpResponseMessage) Initializes an instance of the HttpHelperRequest class with supplied HttpHelperResponse.

Properties

Property Type Description
Content IHttpContent Gets the HTTP content return from the server
Headers HttpResponseHeaderCollection Gets the collection of HTTP response headers associated with the response that were sent by the server
StatusCode HttpStatusCode Gets the status code of the response
Success bool Gets a value that indicates whether the response was successful

Methods

Methods Return Type Description
Dispose() void Performs tasks associated with freeing, releasing, or resetting unmanaged resources
GetStreamResultAsync() Task<IInputStream> Reads the Content as stream and returns it to the caller
GetTextResultAsync() Task<string> Serialize the HTTP content to a String as an asynchronous operation
ToString() string Returns a string that represents the current HttpHelperResponse object

Remarks

The HttpHelperResponse class contains headers and potentially data. An app receives an instance of HttpHelperResponse when it creates an instance of HttpHelperRequest and passes it to the HttpHelper.SendRequestAsync method.

Example

using (var request = new HttpHelperRequest(new Uri(twitterUrl), HttpMethod.Post))
{
    using (var response = await HttpHelper.Instance.SendRequestAsync(request))
    {
        return await response.GetTextResultAsync();
    }
}
Using request = New HttpHelperRequest(New Uri(twitterUrl), HttpMethod.Post)
    Using response = Await HttpHelper.Instance.SendRequestAsync(request)
        Return Await response.GetTextResultAsync()
    End Using
End Using

Requirements

[Device family Universal, 10.0.16299.0 or higher
Namespace Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp
NuGet package Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp

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