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Silverlight 4 Twitter Client – Part 6
In this post, we are going to look into implementing lists into our twitter application and also about enhancing the data grid to display the status messages in a pleasing way with the profile images. Twitter lists are really cool feature that they recently added, I love them and I’ve quite a few lists setup one for DOTNET gurus, SQL Server gurus and one for a few celebrities. You can follow them here. Now let us move onto our tutorial. 1) Lists can be subscribed to in two ways, one can be user’s ......

Posted On Saturday, March 27, 2010 11:07 PM

Silverlight 4 Twitter Client – Part 5
In this post, we will look at implementing the following in our twitter client - displaying the profile picture in the home page after logging in. So to accomplish this, we will need to do the following steps. 1) First of all, let us create another field in our Global variable static class to hold the profile image url. So just create a static string field in that. public static string profileImage { get; set; } 2) In the Login.xaml.cs file, before the line where we redirect to the Home page if the ......

Posted On Saturday, March 27, 2010 10:03 PM

Twitter API & Facebook SDK Overview
In this post, we will get ourselves familiar with one of the popular Twitter API – Twitterizer & the famous Facebook SDK which was recently released by Microsoft. We will be using them in quite few of our up coming project will be doing in the near future. Go to these pages and make sure you download the packages and have the DLLs ready. “Twitter”izer This is very famous .Net library to enable easy communication with Twitter. The official Google Code page for this is - http://code.google.com/p/tw... ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 13, 2010 10:48 PM

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