APIMASH Videos: Exploring the Social Networking API’s

This post continues the series of posts related with the APIMASH. The Microsoft Technical Evangelists G. Andrew Duthie, Lindsay Lindstrom, and Tara Walker will show you how to use several popular social networking APIs like Twitter, Facebook and Meetup in your own projects.     Video Guide [00:40] Overview of the APIMASH project (G. Andrew Duthie)…

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APIMASH Videos: Exploring the Mashery API’s

In this video of the live webcast for the APIMASH the Microsoft Evangelists Maria Naggaga and Jim O’Neil with the participation of Amit Jotwani (Developer evangelist at Mashery) will give us an introduction to the different APIs hosted in Mashery.     Video Guide [00:00] Introductions and overview [05:55] Mashery Overview and demo [18:25] Accessing the…

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APIMASH Videos: WoW API Starter Kit

World of Warcraft API Starter Kit In the fourth part of this series of videos for the APIMASH  you can check how Dave Isbitski shows his World of Warcraft API Starter Kit. You can watch his quick demo on how to get started with this workable app template and get started today building your own Windows 8 app….

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APIMASH Videos: Univision Starter Kit

Univision API Starter Kit for Windows 8 In the third part of this series of videos for the APIMASH we will check my video for the Univision starter kit. I will walk you through the simple steps required to get you started and help you create new exciting Windows 8 apps.   Here is a…

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API Mashup Series: Part II

In the previous post we already explored the basics behind the API MASH. In the second post of the series we will study more details of the Univision Starter Kit, and we will check its technical details to help you develop similar apps. This app was developed with C# and XAML. Unlike some of the…

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Serie API Mashup: Parte II (En Español)

En el anterior artículo ya vimos la información básica detrás del API MASH. En esta ocasión vamos a adentrarnos un poco más en el Univisión Starter Kit, y exploraremos los detalles técnicos para facilitar el desarrollo de aplicaciones similares. La aplicación creada sobre la API de Univisión fue desarrollada con C# y XAML. A diferencia de…

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Serie API Mashup: Parte I (En Español)

En los últimos días el grupo de Desarrolladores Evangelistas de Microsoft ha estado trabajando en nuevas formas de ayudar a la comunidad a iniciar la creación de aplicaciones para Windows 8. Hemos creado diferentes kits básicos basados en conocidas APIs como Twitter, Bing Maps,  Meetup, y APIs que encuentras en Mashery como las de Rotten Tomatoes, Tom-Tom…

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API Mashup Series: Part I

In previous days we have been working in new exciting ways to get you started with your Windows 8 development. Several starter kits have been created to show you how to create apps based on well-known web service API’s such as Twitter, Bing Maps, Meetup, and APIs from Mashery such as Rotten Tomatoes, Tom-Tom and Univision.  …

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