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This sample shows how you can use the Bing Image REST API to create an image browsing application for Windows and Windows Phone.
First, download the sample solution from here. After the download completes, extract the content to a local folder.
To run this sample you need to obtain an Account Key by signing up for the Bing Search API. You can sign up here.
After signing up, click on the My Account link from the top menu and then click on the Account Keys link on the left …
This sample demonstrate how you can use the Cross-API Starter-Kit to create an Artist browsing application using the Nokia Music REST API for Windows and Windows Phone.
First you need to download the solution from here and extract the contents to a local folder.
Next, you need to get a Client ID from Nokia. After going through the registration process you will be allowed to register your app. At which point, you should get your Client ID from a page like the one shown …
In my APIMASH Starter Kit for EventbriteAPI, I included the View Models in a Portable Class Library project (APIMASH Eventbrite Core). As I mentioned in earlier posts, I chose this approach so I could reuse them in both of my apps (Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8).
I also wanted to go a bit further, and with the goal of making the creation of view models for similar projects easier, I included in one of the portable libraries (APIMASH Core library, for more info see this …