Some Kit

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Client library for invoking simple REST services based on URIs only. Simple POCO serialization applied. Asynchronous as well as synchronous (using manual reset events, not synchronization contexts) supported. Target: Full .NET, Silverlight 4 as well as Phone 7 Silverlight.

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