YNAB starter kit in .Net Core 2.2

Hey All,

I put together a sample project in .net core 2.2 that you can guys can use as a base for your own .net core project. It successfully implements the OAuth middleware and saves the tokens in a cookie. It then retrieves the access token every time it pulls data from their API (budgets and categories within a budget). It also leverages the new HttpClientFactory (introduced on .net core 2.1).

 

https://www.williamleme.com/posts/0006-ynab-starter-kit-net-core-2.2/

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  • That's awesome, _Will_ .  Thanks for sharing!

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  • Your software is well beyond my needs, but I am looking for a consultant to work with me to implement my program. Someone I can explain my goals and objectives to who can then work with me online or in person to customize YNAB.  Any recommendations are appreciated.

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  • Dang! Not sure who Purple Trombone is.

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    • Hi Purple Trombone !

      When you log in to the forum for the first time, our system will automatically assign you a name, avatar, and username as an alias - but you can change them! :)

      To change your name and avatar, click your user icon in the upper right corner and select Edit Profile. The username can be changed under the Account tab on that same page. 

      As for consulting, we'd be more than happy to help you get your budget set up! If you're looking for help on how to use YNAB, our Ultimate Get Started Guide is a great place to start. If you'd like advice on using our API, you can create a new thread in the forum with details of exactly what you're looking for - like help with coding, or objectives. :)

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    • Faness 

      Thank you, Faness. I'm looking forward to the advice of my fellow YNAB'ers.

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