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BB51. Programming Live Services Using Non-Microsoft Technologies.  Nishant Gupta Program Manager Live Services Microsoft Corporation. Agenda. Three questions – Why, What and How Let’s write some code! Q&A. Why Live Services?. Why Non-Microsoft Technologies?. What Can You Do?.

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BB51

Programming Live ServicesUsing Non-Microsoft Technologies

Nishant Gupta

Program ManagerLive Services

Microsoft Corporation


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Agenda

  • Three questions – Why, What and How

  • Let’s write some code!

  • Q&A


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Why Live Services?


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Why Non-Microsoft Technologies?


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What Can You Do?

Access user data

Access informationon user devices

Access user’ssocial graph

Share user’s data

Accessuser’s profile

Sync user’s data

Provide newson actions

Manageapplications

Provide access control to user’s data


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How Can You Do It?

  • Live Framework – It is the uniform wayfor programming Live Services from any platform, programming language, application or device

    • Open – HTTP, XML, ATOM, RSS etc.

    • Simple – Sync, client/cloud symmetry

    • Comprehensive – unified resource model


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Resource Model

ServiceEndpoint

Mesh

Profiles

Contacts

Scripts

Devices

Applications

InstalledApplications

Mesh Objects

News

Notification Queue

Data Feeds

Mappings

Members

News

Subscription

Data Entries

Sync Entries

Media Resources

MediaStaging Area


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Live Framework

  • Entry – resource

  • Collection – collection of resources

  • Links – relationships between resources

  • Operations – CRUD, FeedSync, Scripts


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5Things Seldom Seen At PDC!

  • Python

  • PHP

  • Curl

  • Eclipse

  • Fiddler


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demo

Drive By Wire!

 Nishant Gupta

Live Services

Microsoft Corporation


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demo

Local Calls Only – No Long Distance

 Nishant Gupta

Live Services

Microsoft Corporation


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demo

Python Or C# – They Both Talk HTTP

 Nishant Gupta

Live Services

Microsoft Corporation


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demo

Let’s Really DigIn With PHP

 Nishant Gupta

Live Services

Microsoft Corporation


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demo

Live Services And Wordpress

 Nishant GuptaLive Services

Microsoft Corporation


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Take Away Points…

  • Talking to Live Services is easy

  • We speak HTTP – .NET, PHP, Java,Python, Ruby, AIR, Flash, Silverlight, etc.all speak HTTP

  • Talk to client the same way you talkto cloud

  • https://user-ctp.windows.net

  • Whenever in doubt, use options request!

  • Resource model documentation


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Related Sessions


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Evals & Recordings

Please fill out your evaluation for this session at:

This session will be available as a recording at:

www.microsoftpdc.com


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Q&A

Please use the microphones provided


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