Using the Live SDK in Windows 8 XAML/C# Metro Applications

I have a new article published on SilverlightShow today called, “Using the Live SDK in Windows 8 XAML/C# Metro Applications”.

Article Introduction

The Microsoft’s Live SDK (or commonly referred to as Live Connect), provides a set of controls and APIs that enables applications to integrate single sign-on (SSO) functionality using Windows Live ID. You can also use it to access data in SkyDrive, Hotmail, and Windows Live Messenger.

The library supports multiple platforms, including Windows Phone 7 Mango and Windows 8 Metro Style applications using either C#, Visual Basic or JavaScript.  In this article, we will build our first metro style application using the Live SDK and XAML/C#.

The Full Article

The full article is hosted on SilverlightShow and you can access it by clicking here. Don’t forget to rate it and leave comments if you have any problems.

Windows 8 WinRT
Posted by: Michael Crump
Last revised: 30 Jan, 2012 10:26 AM


11 Feb, 2012 11:17 AM

I’ve asked Microsoft officials when they expect the hobbyist version of the Kinect Windows SDK to go final and have been told no comment. I’ve also asked whether the coming commercial version of the SDK will be beta or final when Microsoft makes it available next year and was told via a spokesperson: “Microsoft can confirm the release of the Kinect for Windows commercial program early next year, but does not have further details to share at this time.”

15 Feb, 2012 12:00 AM

This works well if there is one page. How do you design if there are multiple pages in your project.

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