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07-11-2018 02:05 AM
mohit0707 I suggest you could create a custom HttpMessageHandler to add the token to the request and use MobileServiceClient send the request.
07-05-2018 03:42 AM
Ojusvee06
getting issue while invoking a Asp.Net Core Web API from Xamarin

I am using the MobileServiceClient (Microsoft.Azure.Mobile.Client version 4.0.1) with the InvokeApiAsync method to do the call but always fails with a null exception. If I call an API that does not have authorization, it works fine.

So my question is if I can use the MobileServiceClient or this doesn't want to work with .NET Core. I don't want to call my APIs with HttpClient.

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