A Peek Behind the MySpace API


As part of the MySpace session at MIX they’ve put online the code for a sample called RESTchess. RESTchess is a WCF REST application that mimics a lot of the developments behind the WCF implementation of the MySpace developer API. If you’re interested in getting details, then Vittorio Bertocci has a more extensive description of RESTchess. If you’re just interested in poking at the code, then the link above is all you need to get started together with the MIX session videos I posted earlier.

Comments (2)

  1. Bob says:

    Hey Nick, the RestChess presentation was excellent, and I have looked at the source code.  What I am trying to find is the source code for the client side – not the Flash app they have posted, but the winforms app they had in the demo.  I don’t know if you know how to contact them or not, but I haven’t been able to find anything along those lines.  

    Thanks for any help,

    Bob

  2. Nicholas Allen says:

    Hi Bob,

    I asked our local contact if we could get the client code published.  We’ll see if we can get MySpace to do that.  However, I hear that the winforms app was quite simplistic for the demo so the code may not be that interesting to have.