Come talk to us at PDC2008

Hi Everyone,   A few of us will be attending the PDC2008 Conference (Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference) in LA this week (Monday, October 27th – Thursday, October 30th). For those of you that will be attending the conference, come by the Microsoft Pavilion and look for us at the “Live Services” booth. We would love…

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Messenger Library V2.0 migration to V2.5

As you may know, in recent months, we released Messenger Library (WLML) V2.0 (August 2008) and V2.5 (September 2008).  V2.0 and V2.5 are very close feature-wise and we developed V2.5 to be fully backward compatible with V2.0.  We are currently maintaining separate code bases for each version.  As you can imagine, there is a high…


Support for HTML 5 Standards

One of the challenges of developing web applications these days is browser compatibility. As part of our commitment to support the newest browsers and browser-technologies, the Messenger & Contacts Web Platform team is planning to utilize some of the latest HTML 5 standards in our future releases. One of the first HTML 5 features that…

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Forum Move

Hi everyone, If you follow our forum or post questions to it, please note that the forum location has changed: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/wlmessengerapidev/threads/ The forum site itself has been updated to new software.  Please check it out! Keiji  


Messenger Library Documentation and Samples Updated

Hi, We have updated the tutorial and sample for the Messenger Library at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc298458.aspx.  We have also created a new page hosting all of our samples at: http://messenger.mslivelabs.com/samples/. We have made a number of updates to the Hello World sample, primarily to use V2.5 API additions such as: Contact.DisplayName and Contact.Presence properties: the new properties…