Continuing our series of cool new stuff you can do with our new social platform, Taylor Parsons has a post fully outlining all the conditions and parameters that you can use to slice and dice social platform queries.
Here's some examples using Taylor's instructions, broken down so that you can see how to construct them:
OK, let's break this down:
Note that our system stacks all the operators (and's) at the end. Either way works, but I personally think it's less confusing this way.
Note that the order of the conditions and parameters doesn't matter.
Let us know if you come up with some really useful queries or write some applications based on this. Would love your feedback.
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the query syntax is based on reverse polish notation
In the last of my series of cool new toys we're adding to extend the new MSDN , TechNet , and Expression
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