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How to build a .NET Web API app that uses Factual’s C# Driver

The ASP.NET Web API provides a nice platform for building RESTful applications on the .NET Framework. Factual’s C# driver makes it easy to use Factual’s public API in the .NET world. We recently asked Sergey Maskalik, the author of Factual’s C# driver, to bring these two things together and create a tutorial showing .NET developers how...

First Release of Factual C# / .NET Driver

We’re pleased to announce the release of the officially supported C# / .NET driver for Factual. Get going! The driver is available on Nuget. To install the driver into your Visual Studio project, go to the package manager console window and do this: Install-Package FactualDriver See the README for more details, including instructions for non-Nuget use. Once...

Factual Node.js Driver

We’re pleased to announce the release of the officially supported Node.js driver for Factual. Get going! You can get the driver using npm… $ npm install factual-api …and then install it in your project and connect: var Factual = require('factual-api'); var factual = new Factual('YOUR_KEY', 'YOUR_SECRET'); (If you don’t have an API key, sign up to get...

Factual Releases Drivers that Matter: Python, Clojure, Haskell

As Factual adds more data and features to its APIs, it’s important that developers have it easy. So we’ve put our heart into releasing client side drivers that matter. Yes, we’ve got drivers like the Java driver and the PHP driver and stuff like that, if that’s what you need. But we’ve also fielded a few...

Factual Ruby Driver

Factual is pleased to announce the release of a new Ruby driver for our API. The driver supports Factual’s API features, including Crosswalk, Resolve, and geo location functionality around the Factual Places API. We put a priority on making this driver easy to use, and designed it “The Ruby Way”. It lets you focus on building...