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  • 27 comments  /  posted by  Samidip Basu  on  Dec 19, 2011 (more than a year ago)
    Tweet This article is also available in print (Word, PDF) and e-reader formats (MOBI, EPUB). Download all formats, including source code.  Guess how many people use Live Services? 500 million plus! And when our applications connect to the same services, they start feeling right at home with what our users are already used to. Microsoft recently opened the Live Connect APIs, along with some SDKs f ...
  • 6 comments  /  posted by  Braulio Diez  on  Jan 17, 2010 (more than a year ago)
    This article is compatible with the latest version of Silverlight. Introduction Some years ago (pre-silverlight times) a client ask me for a weird requirement…he wanted to drag files from his local explorer and drop them on their ASP .net grid application without using any ActiveX help… I thought, umm… is that possible? With the advent of Silverlight 2 we got the same request again, … we knew this ...
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  • SkyDrive and Windows 8.1

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Oct 17, 2013 (1 week ago)
    Tags:   skydrive , windows-8.1 , win8dev , adam-czeisler
    Read original post by Adam Czeisler at Blogging WindowsIn the past two years leading up to our work in Windows 8.1, our team built and released several SkyDrive apps on all major platforms. We released apps for Windows Phone, Xbox, iOS, Android, and a Store app for Windows 8. We also released sync clients that perform two-way synchronization of files to the SkyDrive service on Windows 8/7/Vista as ...
  • Windows Phone 8 - A simple helper class for working with SkyDrive files using SkyDrive API

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Oct 16, 2013 (2 weeks ago)
    Tags:   skydrive , windows-phone , wpdev , dennis-shchuka
    Read original post by Dennis Shchuka at Code Project Blog One of the common tasks in mobile development is sharing some application files between user's devices or storing files outside device. There are many cloud services such as Microsoft SkyDrive, DropBox, Google Disk, etc. allow developers to use their API's for these purposes. You may consider using a wide range of cloud services in your app ...
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