We’ve just released some changes to our C# .NET library to make it easier to work with while supporting some of the more recent features of the .NET framework.
In certain very specific use cases your integration may break, so we’ve incremented our version number to v3.0.0.
BREAKING CHANGE: Exception Handling
Trigger calls that result in a non-200 response from the Pusher HTTP API now result in a
TriggerResponseException being thrown. This is a breaking change as previously you could inspect the
ITriggerResult.StatusCode to detect a failed request.
Specifying a Host and Port
You can now specify a host and port for your API connections using
Async API Calls
We now support asynchronous programming in .NET 4.5+ on the core API methods.
The .NET library now builds with Travis, with all tests passing.
We’ve made a bunch of other small tweaks and minor fixes. See the changelog for more information.
Thanks to John McLoughlin for his help with this release.