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    Are Azure DevOps APIs language agnostic?

    by raivivan606 ·

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    I’ve written small programs in C# that integrate with Azure DevOps and perform actions on WorkItems and complete other small tasks. I accomplished this using the APIs provided by Microsoft as well as the NuGet packages they provide in order to successfully integrate with DevOps.

    I want to create a similar application using Dart/Flutter, largely as a practical exercise that has a useful product. However I’m unsure whether doing this in a language that is not C# is actually feasible. Since the integration with DevOps required the NuGet packages provided by Microsoft, and the fact that these don’t exist for Dart, would I still be able to write a Dart app that could communicate with DevOps

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      Re: API

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Are Azure DevOps APIs language agnostic?

      An API implements a defined interface.

      If you can provide all input parameters the API definition says it needs in the right format (say XML or json) from your Dart/Flutter program, you can call the API. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that you can handle all output it returns.

      Why not try?

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