Developing a Microsoft Health Bot based on Data captured from the Microsoft Band

The Microsoft Bot Framework provides just what you need to build and connect intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking, from text/sms to Skype, Slack, Office 365 mail and other popular services.  This is a step-by-step guide which my colleague Peter Daukintis has developed this tutorial which walks you through the development…


Interested in developing apps for Microsoft Band but don’t have a Microsoft Band well you can now build apps using MS Fake Band

If anyone is looking for an MS Band-related Open Source project to contribute to then look no further: Fake Band is now available for developers Fake Band enables developers to develop a Microsoft Band application without having a physical band: Blog post about Fake Band implementation: Source code repo for Fake Band: Nuget…


Microsoft Band Web Tiles Preview

  The Microsoft Band Web Tiles Preview makes it simple to deliver “glanceable” information to Microsoft Band from virtually any data source accessible through the web. Web Tiles use the power of the Microsoft Health platform, leveraging internet connectivity, to bring content directly to the Microsoft Band. With Microsoft Band Web Tiles, developers “author” the…


Microsoft Band is coming to UK build amazing experiences

Create amazing app experiences for Microsoft Band. Extend the experience of your application to your users’ wrists via a new dimension of interaction. Create an app that can send UI content to the band, keeping users engaged when they’re in motion. Your app can also receive data directly from the band sensors, giving your users…


The Microsoft Band SDK Preview is out!

last night we released the Preview of the developer SDK for  Microsoft Band SDK Here are a set of Useful links Designers: Download the Experience design guidelines. Developers: Download the Documentation (with code snippets for both Android and Windows), the SDK and the sample code for Windows.