Is there a .net wrapper for hubspot API?

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gotmike
Top Contributor

thus far, i’ve been doing this on my own, but curious if there’s a wrapper out there for .net that i’m not finding on google…

this is the only thing i’ve seen, and it’s 5 years old: https://github.com/hyrmedia/hubspot-api-dotnet

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turner_bass
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As an update on this, I am now one of the main contributors and the project manager for HubSpot.NET. We have been working to release a solid 1.0 with support for more of HubSpot's APIs. I am always looking for help so fork us on GitHub or message me if you are interested in contributing!

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3PETE
HubSpot Employee

@cre We don’t have any up to date wrappers for .net, I am not aware of any non HubSpotters who I can offer up as well in addition.

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gotmike
Top Contributor

Ok I didn’t think so just figured I’d ask…

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3PETE
HubSpot Employee

never hurts to ask! It is an idea I have floated around if it would be worth is for us to build out a couple wrappers for some of the more popular languages.

Fred_Willerup
Member

Here’s another idea:
Provide a Swagger spec of your API which can then be used to generate client libraries for .net and other platforms.

turner_bass
Participant

Yes, in fact I was just learning today about HubSpot.NET from some open source developers. I have yet to use, so I can't attest to how it works yet; but my team and I are talking about contributing and it is another option at least.

turner_bass
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As an update on this, I am now one of the main contributors and the project manager for HubSpot.NET. We have been working to release a solid 1.0 with support for more of HubSpot's APIs. I am always looking for help so fork us on GitHub or message me if you are interested in contributing!

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GarethWright
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That's awesome.

The included invoice templates are not suitable for my clients needs so hopefully this will enable us to roll our own.

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warrendavey
Top Contributor | Platinum Partner

@mturner  - wanted to see if there were further updates on this.  I have a client asking about it.

GarethWright
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Likewise, it’s been a significant amount of time
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