Nov 062008
 

Now that the PDC crowd is back home again and has had a chance to digest the mountains of information collected during the conference, we’re seeing an uptick in blog posts talking about writing apps for Live Mesh using the Live Framework Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio. Here are a few posts I’ve stumbled into [...]

Nov 052008
 

Oran Dennison has been dissecting the new Live Framework Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio (“VS tools”) and raised a few questions about how the VS tools are uploading Live Mesh application files into the cloud. “Why does VS upload files to the cloud individually instead of as one zip file?” VS uploads individual files to the cloud because [...]

Nov 042008
 

We’ve discovered a bug in how the Live Framework Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio (“VS tools”) set permission values for Live Mesh-enabled web apps uploaded using the VS tools.  This results in your mesh app running with fewer permissions than the intended default permission set, which will prevent your app from modifying mesh feeds for contacts or news. [...]

Oct 292008
 

In looking back at yesterday’s post on Windows Azure and Live Framework Tools I suddenly realized I didn’t provide any links to content about the VS tools I work on!  Let’s see if we can remedy that… Live Framework SDK and Tools  (dev.live.com) Getting Started using the Live Framework Tools (msdn.microsoft.com) Cloud Computing Tools Technology [...]

Oct 282008
 

Yesterday at PDC Microsoft unveiled Windows Azure, a new platform for global scale distributed computing services, often called “cloud computing”. Today Microsoft rolled out tools for creating apps that use Live Services, access the same Mesh Objects you see in Live Mesh, or execute in the Windows Azure cloud.  Mesh-enabled web applications can even update themselves thanks to Feedsync-enabled Live Services [...]