Great Messenger Library tutorials on LiveSide



Several great introductory tutorials have been posted over on the developer blog at LiveSide which walks you through the basics of using the Messenger Library. If you’re interested in getting it up and running quickly, I encourage you to check the articles out.



As additional segments are posted, I’ll add the links here. If you find any other great resources, I encourage you to send them our way.


Thanks,
Steve
 

Comments (4)

  1. Mike says:

    Is development from localhost supported or will this only work if it’s published toa public domain name?

  2. DT says:

    same question as above?  If we run dev, QA, and prod environnments how are we supposed to test this stuff prior to launching into production?

    I tried this on my local dev box, and it didn’t work.  Is the website registration mandatory?

  3. KeijiK says:

    Hi Mike & DT,

    You can develop on your local machine as long as you create a localhost mapping to your test domain name.

    In C:windowssystem32driversetchosts add a line like:

    127.0.0.1       http://www.contoso.com

    Hope that helps!

    Keiji

  4. srinath_ns says:

    hi, I’ve been using the windows Live messenger library API’s  for sometime now & it works great.

    But today, i.e 5th of June, the SignInGadget is not working fine.. it says some error on page, the error is, it says object expected in the page signinControl.htm…

    so can any one help me with this or wat alternative can be done now.

    Thanks you