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I have made lots of made Requests in JSON in Postman.

Now I am thinking about re-write all the Postman-tests into C#.

There are many different Nuget packages that could be used.

I have googled a lots but the picture I got that- everyone is doing it in their own way, though many people is using Resharper is that simple?

I want to keep it as simple as possible because I am very new to C#

Any suggestions tips of how to do this? (Guides/tutorials?)

Thank you in advance !

  • Sorry for confusion I have plenty of tests in Json (Request Bodys). – XsiSec Jan 22 '18 at 16:42
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ReSharper is just an IDE for C# by JetBrains. This won't help you much unless you want to write everything from scratch.

Postman has the ability to generate code snippets for various languages and frameworks, including C# (using RestSharp as REST/HTTP client). Consequently, you should be able to simply "convert" your requests to C#. (Haven't tried this myself, so I can't tell how good that generated code is.)

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