ASP.Net: How to use Float Schedule API in C#

This post will show you how to implement Float Schedule API in C#.

First of all, let’s take a tour to what exactly Float Schedule is.

Float Schedule

You can use this API to integrate your industry’s float data with Float Schedule; which can manage, create, edit and can do may more actions for your data. By using this API, you can manage, share, create and edit your Company’s Projects, Peoples, Tasks and Holidays.

It is a RESTful API that uses HTTPS for requests and returns response in JSON format.

People

Gets all the list of peoples.

GET /people

will return the list of all the peoples which will be registered. the response will be JSON format.

Active Peoples

Get the list of Active peoples.

To get the active people list, use a query string as: &active=1

Get a Person

Get the data of a particular person.

GET /people/123

will return the data of that people whose Id is 123.

Add Person

Add a person to the list.

POST /people

POST requests must be application/x-www-form-urlencoded in name/value pairs. Data must also be URL encoded as appropriate. Sample request: name=Rachel%20Hammond&job_title=Designer&email=rachel.hammond%40float.com

Update Person

Update the record of a particular person.

PUT /people/123

will update the person with the id 123. PUT requests must be application/x-www-form-urlencoded in name/value pairs. Data must also be URL encoded as appropriate.

Update format and field values are the same as create, see above.

Delete People

Delete /people/123

will delete the person with the id 123. Warning: deletes can not be undone and data can not be recovered, please use with care.

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