Where are the Aussie Gadgets for Windows Live ??


Title says it all -- Surely
we can't let the kiwis take the lead
. I was mocked by people today.

Some suggestions, of gadgets I would use.

The Gallery at Microsoft Gadgets has, at current count,
23 pages (339 items) and not a single
Aussie one

Come on Aussie developers!! Where's that Aussie spirit?

Want to get started? The Windows Live
Gadget SDK
available on MicrosoftGadgets.com
contains a Developer's Guide, an API Reference, a design guide, a project
template, samples, a FAQ, a developer;s checklist and links to other resources.

Drop me a note if you are thinking of building a gadget.

Comments (7)
  1. Well, I just went to look at the sdk. I setup the samples, went to run them, and live.com is barfing – I’m getting permission denied errors trying to execute some javascript (xmlhttp stuff)

    I’m guessing that it doesn’t support IE7b3 very well.

  2. frankarr says:

    hmmm – it should work with ie7

    bummer

  3. hh says:

    do you mean ajax broken?

  4. ben barren says:

    Syndication tools such as IE plug in and Windows Live Widget are definitely in our technical roadmap. Are there any benchmarks on potential user bases / adoption of such tools btw frank ? And which of the Microsoft consumer platforms is the most potent ? ie should we be building an IE gnoos plugin first ? or windows live widget ? or something else… (messenger search plugin ?) 🙂 thx frank nice saints win yday. bb

  5. Garry Trinder says:

    Make sure you put http://www.live.com and http://www.start.com in your trusted sites list or you wont get anywhere.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Over

    a month ago, I made an empassioned plea for Australian Windows Live

    Gadgets.

    I was inundated…

  7. Anonymous says:

    Back in July, I put out a call for Aussie Gadgets for Windows Live Last month, we saw the team from DriverChange…

Comments are closed.

Skip to main content