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I am building an iOS application that needs to login to my server for authentication. Of course, being a windows programmer it was quite easy to do in my world, but I am stuck as to how to start in iOS.

I am using the xamarin IDE and it allows for C# programming so the language is not a concern. I just can't find any tutorials on how to call a web service and consume it from within my iOS app. Plenty of talk about REST/JSON etc but no real world examples.

I have web services set-up already so that is not a problem.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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You should not have much trouble putting it together.  If you are only having trouble with the iOS side then that should all be the same.  Here are a couple of tutorials anyway.

Accessing SQL database - WCF - C#

How to Consume a WCF service in iOS
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