Windows Live Quantum Mechanics

Windows Live client side web application development according to Windows Live Quantum Mechanic Danny Thorpe.

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  • Blog Post: Cross-Domain Communication Using Domain Lowering

    More than a few blog posts ago I stated my intent to publish a series of articles on cross-domain communication techniques. More time has passed than I had intended, but at last here is the start of that series of articles. The series will explore progressively more advanced cross-domain techniques as...
  • Blog Post: Secure Cross-Domain Communication: The Architecture Journal

    The June issue (Journal 12) of The Architecture Journal focuses on web architecture. I was delighted to be invited to contribute, and wrote "Secure Cross-Domain Communication in the Browser" for this issue. In the article I describe a somewhat bizarre technique we use in the Windows Live Contacts web...
  • Blog Post: A Cross-Domain Silverlight Channel 9 VideoRSS Player

    Last week Kevin Ledley, keeper of the dev.live.com content, asked me for a bit of help to get a Silverlight video player working. He wanted to "borrow" the cool scrolling video list and video player from our sister site, msdn2.microsoft.com and set it up on our dev.live.com homepage to show Windows Live...
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