Embedding mongoose 6.4 in C# app

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Caio Figueiredo Abecia

Jul 7, 2016, 1:53:06 PM7/7/16
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Hello !

I'm trying to develop an app in C# (exe) with mongoose embedded as a webserver.

I got it working ok with mongoose version 5.6 in my tests, but that's because on version 5.6 Sergey Lyubka has already created a csharp example class for a wrapper (5.6 > mongoose/examples/csharp/mongoose.cs). So it wasn't so hard to make it works.
But on version 6.4 it has major changes and there is not a example of a mongoose wrapper yet.

I'll have to code myself or some of you guys has already some code to share?

I really appreciate any help.


Sergey Lyubka

Jul 8, 2016, 2:23:35 AM7/8/16
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No, newer versions do not have C# examples.

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Caio Figueiredo Abecia

Jul 8, 2016, 11:46:35 AM7/8/16
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Thanks for the feedback Sergey.

I'll need a webserver embedded solution to be used with C# that can publish a rest service (json).
In version 5.6 the example "restful_api.c" is working ok but with xml.
I do not have much experience in C. My expertise is C#.
I'm testing Mongoose and other solutions. I was hoping Mongoose would fit to our needs.
Do you suggest something? Do you have any idea to get it working with Mongoose?

Thanks in advance!

Sergey Lyubka

Jul 8, 2016, 11:55:51 AM7/8/16
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Mongoose is designed to be used in C/C++ programs.
REStful + JSON is very common use case - yes Mongoose can do that.
That's how we use it all the time ourselves.

Sergey Lyubka

Jul 8, 2016, 11:56:49 AM7/8/16
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But with C# requirement - you're out of luck, unless your project is commercial and management is OK paying for the custom integration with c#.
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