Monthly Archives: March 2009

Authentication and Authorization in the Live Framework

An application or website accessing Live Services on behalf of a user needs to present a credential identifying the user to Live Services and should only be authorized to access those Live Services to which the user has explicitly granted … Continue reading

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Resource Scripts in the Live Framework

Resource scripts are small programs that can run directly in the LOE, either locally or in the cloud, to simplify processing of live item resources. An immediate benefit is that resource scripts can reduce the number of POSTS required to … Continue reading

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Updates to Data Binding in Live Framework Resource Scripts

I updated my post on Data Binding in Live Framework Resource Scripts to take into account the significant changes to the Microsoft.LiveFX.ResourceModel.Scripting namespace in the April 2009 release of the Live Framework CTP.  

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Sharing Data Between Users in the Live Framework API

This is a pretty basic post on inviting other users to access a Mesh Object and the data feeds attached to it. Even though Mike Taulty has  posted on invitations here and here I felt it was worth putting this … Continue reading

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News Items in the Live Framework

  The Live Framework API supports the addition of news items attached to the Mesh and Mesh Objects. News items represent another way to attach entries to mesh objects and the mesh. The Mesh and MeshObject classes expose the following … Continue reading

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