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  • Blog Post: Testing Your APIMASH app with Fiddler

    The primary goal of our Windows Store and Windows Phone Store APIMASH Starter Kits is to pave your way toward integrating a great many diverse data sets into your own applications. To that end, the provided projects tend to focus mostly on the “happy path,’ where the expectation is that the service is...
  • Blog Post: APIMASH: Porting to Windows Phone 8

    You may recall that in May my evangelist colleagues and I launched a series of workshops around a bevy of API Starter Kits designed to kickstart HTML5/JS and C# developers into building their own, unique Windows 8 applications. Since then we’ve seen a few of your efforts appear in the Windows Store including...
  • Blog Post: Screencast Trifecta: Publishing to the Windows Store

    My evangelist colleagues and I are just finishing up a series of workshops leveraging our (now over 20) APIMASH Starter Kits . During our travels we’ve had a chance to meet many of you budding Windows Store developers and hopefully get you off to a great start building Windows 8 experiences from the...
  • Blog Post: APIMASH Starter Kits: Adding Sharing Capabilities

    I’ve been putting the finishing touches on an app that I’m writing based off of the Bing Maps/TomTom Starter Kit I published a few weeks ago. In that app you can view the current image from any of 13,000 traffic cams across the US and Canada, but the Starter Kit itself is designed to allow you to display...
  • Blog Post: Webcast: Building a Windows 8 App with the Yelp API

    Grab your lunch and hang out at your desk or in a conference room with co-workers to catch Chris Bowen’s webcast TODAY from 12 -  1 p.m. ET , where he’ll walk though his Yelp API Starter Kit , one of 18 applications that my evangelist colleagues and I have put together to help you get your first...
  • Blog Post: Build Your Own Bing Maps API Mash-Up: Architecture

    In my last post , I mentioned the “starter-kit” applications my colleagues and I have built around the many open APIs available across the web. My contribution to this effort is a sample that leverages both the Bing Maps control and API and the TomTom Traffic Cams API to show the location of and display...
  • Blog Post: Build a Windows 8 Mashup App with Bing Maps

    Before I delve into the main topic, I wanted to provide a bit of context. My East coast colleagues and I have been busy working on a number of Windows 8 “Starter Kits” that leverage a host of popular, open data APIs, such as those managed by Mashery as well as others like Yelp, Twitter, Wikipedia, etc...
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