Making a Twitter request.
string twitterSearch = Intent.GetStringExtra("TwitterSearch");
string Url = "http://search.twitter.com/search.json?rpp=30&include_entities=true&result_type=mixed&q=" + twitterSearch;
// Create the web request
HttpWebRequest request = WebRequest.Create(Url) as HttpWebRequest;
request.Method = "GET";
request.ContentType = "application/json";
request.BeginGetResponse(new AsyncCallback(ProcessRestJsonLINQHttpResponse), request);
catch (WebException we)
Android.Util.Log.Error("http request", "Exception: " + we.Message);
catch (System.Exception sysExc)
Android.Util.Log.Error("http request", "Exception: " + sysExc.Message);
About the Author
Wallace (Wally) B. McClure has authored books on iPhone programming with Mono/Monotouch, Android programming with Mono for Android, application architecture, ADO.NET, SQL Server and AJAX. He's a Microsoft MVP, an ASPInsider and a partner at Scalable Development Inc. He maintains a blog, and can be followed on Twitter.
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