LiveNet 0.2.0.2 (Alpha) re-released
We are pleased to announce that the release of LiveNet 0.2.0.2 (Alpha) Re-Release
is now available (again) for download. This version adds to the original release and now includes SilverLight Streaming from Windows Live
and using LiveNet for this will allow you to access the applications that you have already got in your Silverlight Streaming account, as well as allowing you to upload to that account as well and add projects to it. Supported APIs
Currently LiveNet supports the following APIs:
The main release download comes with the binary and the chm documentation, although the documentation is available as a seperate download if required.
It is worth downloading the sample website and application (for SLS) and loading that up in Visual Studio to give you an idea of just how simple it is to use LiveNet in your web application (or client application). Please refer to the ReadMe.txt that comes with the Sample Site.Feedback
We love feedback, good or bad. Have you run into a problem using LiveNet? Have you implemented LiveNet into your site/application? Let us know. Go to the Discussions section of this site and voice your thoughts and opions.About the Developers
LiveNet is a joint project that was the creation of Scøtt Lovegrove
and Luke Smith
Scøtt (or ScottIsAFool) is a Windows Live Platform MVP
and one of the main staff writers for http://www.liveside.net
and his main area of interest on LiveSide is in Windows Live Development, and with Windows Live Writer he has created some of the most downloaded plugins
for it. In his professional life, Scøtt is a UK based Software Tester.
Luke is an ASP.Net developer and currently works for SportsDo
, and most recently working on the TrackMe
project which got showcased during the MIX:UK 07 keynote.
Older Release Information
LiveNet 0.1 (Alpha) released
We are pleased to announce that the first release of LiveNet is now available for download
. LiveNet is a .Net wrapper for the Windows Live APIs that are currently available (for information on these, please visit http://dev.live.com
). At the moment only the Windows Live Spaces Photos API
is in LiveNet, but we are planning on adding further APIs to this project.