I’m storing this as a resource that I’ve added to my Visual Studio project. The name of the resource file is Resources.resw.
You can easily add resource files to your Visual Studio project. Simply go to the Project menu and select add new item. From there navigate down and choose resources file.
theres a simpler way
just use json2csharp.com to get your Object..
Then just JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<RootObject>(resourceLoader.GetString("JSONDATA"))
Now just use this with you MVVM Models ....
Hi dude, sorry for not hearing in for quite some time, but I've been "busy" as you can see ... ;)
Anyway, I've got this Mono/.Net initiative going with the Active Event system, which I think you would want to take a look at ...
In fact, send a link to Scott Guthrie if you wish, it's pretty amazing what these little guys seems to be able to do. Among other things I can turn an entire network into a JSON connected mesh of applications, interconnected and passing any amounts of integrations back and forth, invoking remote functions, polymorphistically, on a need basis, for instance ...
Unfortunately, currently there's only a source release, and it only works with Mono Develop, I think ...?
My new email is MareMara13@gmail.com