Microsoft Code Samples Added To GitHub

After receiving many requests for code samples from developers, Microsoft this week added code samples to the GitHub code repository. The code examples focus on the integration of data from SkyDrive, Messenger and Hotmail.

Mobile developers will appreciate the new mobile client samples which integrate user data into apps written in Silverlight and Objective C for the Windows Phone and iOS platforms. Server-side sample code was added for an app that makes server-to-server calls to access a user's Windows Live data, as well as various ASP.NET and PHP samples which work with Microsoft's JavaScript SDK.

After receiving many requests for code samples from developers, Microsoft this week added code samples to the GitHub code repository. The code examples focus on the integration of data from SkyDrive, Messenger and Hotmail.

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