MangaDexSharp 1.1.1

dotnet add package MangaDexSharp --version 1.1.1
NuGet\Install-Package MangaDexSharp -Version 1.1.1
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<PackageReference Include="MangaDexSharp" Version="1.1.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add MangaDexSharp --version 1.1.1
#r "nuget: MangaDexSharp, 1.1.1"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install MangaDexSharp as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=MangaDexSharp&version=1.1.1

// Install MangaDexSharp as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=MangaDexSharp&version=1.1.1

mangadex-sharp

A C# API for Mangadex.org

Usage Agreement

By using this library, you agree to follow MangaDex's Acceptable Use Policy and Acknowledge the General Connection Requirements.

Note: Using a spoofed user-agent is not allowed and will result in being banned from using the API. There is no reason to spoof the user-agent, except for malicious purposes.

Installation

You can install the nuget package with Visual Studio. It targets .net standard 2.1 to take advantage of most of the new features within C# and .net.

PM> Install-Package MangaDexSharp

Setup

You can either use it directly or via dependency injection (for use with asp.net core).

NOTE: It is no longer necessary to manually register the CardboardBox.Http and CardboardBox.Json packages as of v1.0.20.

Depdency Injection:


using MangaDexSharp;

var builder = WebApplication.CreateBuilder(args);

...

//This will find the authentication token in your configuration file (appsettings.json) under: "MangaDex:Token"
builder.Services.AddMangaDex(); 
//Or, if you want to inject the token directly you can use this (You don't need both of these.):
builder.Services.AddMangaDex("<AUTH TOKEN HERE>");

var app = builder.Build();

Then you can inject the API into any of your controllers or other services:

using MangaDexSharp;
using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc;

namespace SomeApplication;

[ApiController]
public class SomeController : ControllerBase
{
    private readonly IMangaDex _md;

    public SomeController(IMangaDex md)
    {
        _md = md;
    }

    [HttpGet, Route("manga/{id}")]
    public async Task<IActionResult> Get(string id)
    {
        return Ok(await _md.Manga.Get(id));
    }
}

Directly:

using MangaDexSharp;

...
//You cannot access authed routes if you use this option.
var api = MangaDex.Create();

//However, you can specify the token like so:
var api = MangaDex.Create("<AUTH TOKEN HERE>");

var manga = await api.Manga.Get("some-manga-id-here");

Usage

The API follows the docs pretty closely. With the root object for the api being the IMangaDex interface. Once you have an instance (see above), you can access any of the sub-sections within it. Here are some common use cases:

var api = MangaDex.Create();

//Fetching a manga by manga ID:
var manga = await api.Manga.Get("fc0a7b86-992e-4126-b30f-ca04811979bf");

//Searching for a manga via it's title:
var results = await api.Manga.List(new MangaFilter 
{
    Title = "The Unrivaled Mememori-kun"
});

//Get all of the chapters from a manga by manga ID:
var chapters = await api.Manga.Feed("fc0a7b86-992e-4126-b30f-ca04811979bf");

//Fetch a chapter by chapter ID:
var chapter = await api.Chapter.Get("2c98fbe9-a63f-47c2-9862-ecc9199610a2");

//Get all of the pages of a specific chapter by chapter ID:
var pages = await api.Pages.Pages("2c98fbe9-a63f-47c2-9862-ecc9199610a2");

Authentication

MangaDex switched to authorization bearer tokens via an OAuth2 flow recently. In order to access any resources that require an account, you will need to get one of those tokens (you can read more here). Once you have a bearer token, you can either add it at an API level or for a specific request, you can also create your own token service provider.

Note: You can see an example of how to fetch bearer tokens for the new OAuth2 flow in the src/MangaDexSharp.OAuthLocal.Web project.

OAuth2 Personal Clients:

You can use the OAuth2 Personal client to fetch the session token like so:

var api = MangaDex.Create();

//You can get these from https://mangadex.org/settings under the "API Clients" tab.
string clientId = "<client-id>"; 
string clientSecret = "<client-secret>";

//These are your mangadex.org account credentials
string username = "<username>";
string password = "<password>";

//Request the tokens from the authorization service
var auth = await api.Auth.Personal(clientId, clientSecret, username, password);
var accessToken = auth.AccessToken;
var refreshToken = auth.RefreshToken;

var me = await api.User.Me(accessToken);

//Or you can create an authenticated api
var authedApi = MangaDex.Create(accessToken);
var me = await authedApi.User.Me();

//You can also refresh the token like so:
var refreshed = await api.Auth.Refresh(refreshToken, clientId, clientSecret);
var me = await api.User.Me(refreshed.AccessToken);

OAuth2 Public Clients:

These are not implemented yet on MangaDex, this library will be updated when they are.

You can read more about them here

Legacy Authentication method:

You can use the legacy login method to fetch the session token like so:

var api = MangaDex.Create();

var result = await api.User.Login("<username>", "<password>");

var token = result.Data.Session;

//You can either pass the token into authenticated routes
var me = await api.User.Me(token);

//Or you can create an authenticated api
var authedApi = MangaDex.Create(token);
var me = await authedApi.User.Me();

Note: These methods are technically deprecated on mangadex's docs, so they are marked as [Obsolete] and will show up as warnings.

API Level:

You have 2 primary options for using this, you can either specify it directly when you create a client or inject it via configuration.

//You can apply it directly like this:
var api = MangaDex.Create("<AUTH TOKEN HERE>");

//Or if you're using dependency injection, you can provide it here:
builder.Services.AddMangaDex("<AUTH TOKEN HERE>");

//Or you can include it in your appsettings.json (or environment variables):
builder.Services.AddMangaDex();
//And then add a "MangaDex:Token": "<AUTH TOKEN HERE>" to your environment variables.
//Note: you can change the name of the environment variable by setting doing this:
MangaDexSharp.ConfigurationCredentialsService.TokenPath = "SomeEnvironmentVariableName";

Alternatively, you can create your own ICredentialsService implementation and then add it via dependency injection:

using MangaDexSharp;

//This has access to your services if you're using Dependency Injection.
public class MyCustomCredentialsService : ICredentialsService
{
    public async Task<string> GetToken() 
    {
        return "Some-token resolved here";
    }
}
...
//Then add your service like so:
builder.Services.AddMangaDex<MyCustomCredentialsService>();

Specific Request

Any request that requires authentication within the API has a string? token = null parameter on the method. The API will default to using this parameter if it's set.

var api = MangaDex.Create();

//Follow a manga
await api.Manga.Follow("fc0a7b86-992e-4126-b30f-ca04811979bf", "<AUTH TOKEN HERE>");

Configuration options

There are a number of different configuration options (namely: the API URL, authentication token, and the User-Agent) that you can set.

These can all be set in a few different ways:

  • Via a configuration file (appsettings.json)
  • Via the MangaDex.Create() method
  • Via the DI services injector IServiceCollection.AddMangaDex()
  • Or via a custom ICredentialsService.

Below is an example of how to do each of them:

//With MangaDex.Create():
var api = MangaDex.Create(
    token: "Some Token", 
    userAgent: "Some-Fancy-User-Agent",
    apiUrl: "https://api.mangadex.dev",
    config: (services) => {
        //This can be used to override any service within the library.
    });

//With DI services:
services
    .AddMangaDex(
        token: "Some Token", 
        userAgent: "Some-Fancy-User-Agent":
        apiUrl: "https://api.mangadex.dev");

//With a custom ICredentialsService
public class SomeCredsService : ICredentialsService
{
    ...
    public string? Token => "Some Token";
    public string ApiUrl => "https://api.mangadex.dev";
    public string UserAgent => "Some-Fancy-User-Agent";
    ...
}
...
services.AddMangaDex<SomeCredsService>(); //This will tell MD# to use your custom credentials service.

//From configuration file (appsettings.json)
{
    "Mangadex": {
        "Token": "Some-Token",
        "UserAgent": "Some-Fancy-User-Agent",
        "ApiUrl": "https://api.mangadex.dev"
    }
}

For the last option, if you want to change the configuration keys that the application loads the variables from, you can change the following static properties:

ConfigurationCredentialsService.TokenPath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:Token";
ConfigurationCredentialsService.UserAgentPath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:UserAgent";
ConfigurationCredentialsService.ApiPath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:ApiUrl";
ConfigurationCredentialsService.AuthPath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:AuthUrl";
ConfigurationCredentialsService.ClientIdPath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:ClientId";
ConfigurationCredentialsService.ClientSecretPath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:ClientSecret";
ConfigurationCredentialsService.UsernamePath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:Username";
ConfigurationCredentialsService.PasswordPath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:Password";
ConfigurationCredentialsService.UserAgentPath = "SomeOther:Path:ToThe:UserAgent";
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