How to intergrate Linked-In into a .Net application

I want to intergtae the Linked-In API into an application for a agency.  The API does not seem to work well with .Net has anyone else done this work before and if so how did you achieve this or do you have documentation you aquired in the process that you can share.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
what do you want to use? linked-in login? (oath) or the javascript or rest api?
AlyantoAuthor Commented:
The project is to be written in a .Net language using the rest api accessing linked-in via a webservice if that makes sense to you.
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
it uses standard http get sequences and returns xml.. you've registered an application and have an API key I assume. is it using REST that is your stumbling block?

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AlyantoAuthor Commented:
These took a little time to test out but I found spring to be the best of the bunch.  Sorry for the delay but the owner wanted thorough testing before comitting to a solution.
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