CloudTopia: Connecting o365, Apps, Azure and Cortana – Part 6

In Part 5 of this series we looked at all of the different ways in which CloudTopia is integrated with Office 365 through our custom Web API REST controller.  We’re going to wrap up this series with a little sizzle, and look at the custom Windows Phone app we wrote to work with CloudTopia using…

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CloudTopia: Connecting o365, Apps, Azure and Cortana – Part 5

In Part 4 of this series we looked at the integration with various Azure services in the CloudTopia app.  In this part we are going to explore all of the integration that was done with Office 365 and how we did it.  Here's some quick links to the whole series: Intro Open Graph Web API…

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CloudTopia: Connecting o365, Apps, Azure and Cortana – Part 3

In Part 2 of this series we looked at some of the details of working with Yammer Open Graph items in the CloudTopia app.  In Part 3 we’re going to talk about adding and using Web API 2.1 functionality to a standard out of the box SharePoint App, and then look at what we do…

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CloudTopia: Connecting o365, Apps, Azure and Cortana – Part 4

In Part 3 of this series we looked at the plumbing required to add support for Web API 2.x to your SharePoint Apps, as well as some of the integration needed to have it work with SharePoint and CSOM.  In Part 4 we’re going to look at the integration with various Azure services in the…

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CloudTopia: Connecting o365, Apps, Azure and Cortana – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, I introduced you to the CloudTopia app.  In Part 2 we’re going to look at some of the work we did with Open Graph items in CloudTopia. Here's some quick links to the whole series: Intro Open Graph Web API Azure Integration Office 365 Integration Cortana, Speech and Windows…

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CloudTopia: Connecting o365, Apps, Azure and Cortana – Part 1

This is going to be a multi-part series to dissect and tear apart an application I tweeted about using the #yammerofjuly hashtag.  This is an application I developed a couple of months ago as a means of illustrating some of the different complexities and options when building applications that span several cloud services.  Through the…

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Using Multiple Properties Or The Entire Object In a Converter Class for Windows Phone and WinRT

Kind of a long wordy title, what does it really mean?  When you are creating a custom converter for Windows Phone or WinRT, you create a class that inherits from IValueConverter and implement a Convert method.  In that method you're given (among other things) the value that has been bound (bind-ed sounds too funky, sorry)…

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Windows Phone 8 Support for SharePoint and SAML

This is a fortunately small update to the post about Windows Phone 7.x and SAML SharePoint sites I originally wrote here:  http://blogs.technet.com/b/speschka/archive/2011/09/09/windows-phone-7-and-other-mobile-access-to-sharepoint-2010-saml-sites-after-applying-sp1-and-june-2011-cu.aspx.  I was asked today about Windows Phone 8 support for SharePoint SAML sites on both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013.  Well the short and good news is that it all seems to work…

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