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Terradue / DotNetOpenSearch

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DotNetOpenSearch - OpenSearch library for .Net

Terradue.OpenSearch is a library targeting .NET 4.0 and above providing an easy way to perform OpenSearch query from a class or an URL to multiple and custom types of results (Atom, Rdf, etc.)

Usage examples


// First create the engine
var engine = new OpenSearchEngine();
// Load the extensions automatically

// Create a generic OpenSearchable from an URL
var entity = new GenericOpenSearchable(new OpenSearchUrl(""), engine);
// Specify the requested parameters
var parameters = new NameValueCollection();
parameters.Add("count", "20");
parameters.Add("start", "1992-01-01");
parameters.Add("stop", "2014-04-15");
parameters.Add("bbox", "24,30,42,53");

// Query !
var result = engine.Query(entity, parameters, "Atom");

// Write the result
XmlWriter atomWriter = XmlWriter.Create("result.xml");
Atom10FeedFormatter atomFormatter = new Atom10FeedFormatter((SyndicationFeed)result.Result);

Supported Platforms

  • .NET 4.0 (Desktop / Server)
  • Xamarin.iOS / Xamarin.Android / Xamarin.Mac
  • Mono 2.10+

Getting Started

Terradue.OpenSearch is available as NuGet package in releases.

Install-Package Terradue.OpenSearch


Terradue.OpenSearch is a single assembly designed to be easily deployed anywhere.

To compile it yourself, you’ll need:

  • Visual Studio 2012 or later, or Xamarin Studio

To clone it locally click the "Clone in Desktop" button above or run the following git commands.

git clone Terradue.OpenSearch


  • Specialize The OpenSearchResult with an interface
  • Wrap SyndicationFeed with a class implementing the OpenSearchResult Interface
  • Testing!

Copyright (c) 2014 Terradue

Licensed under the GPL v2 License