In the last two recipes, we understood how to call simple REST-based web services using
WebClient classes. In this recipe, let's build a simple REST service and a client to understand how easy and simple the REST architecture is. We will use the WebMatrix to build the web service and stream the result using JSON (Java Script Object Notation) format.
To create the web service we will be using Microsoft's WebMatrix tool, as it is a simple and a free tool for building server-side applications. Install it using the Platform Installer at this location: http://www.asp.net/web-pages.
Let's build a simple MyLinks service using the WebMatrix and MyLinks client using the Phone 7 application to consume ...