An desktop RSS reader using WPF& Sync Framework


 

Introducing the Syndicated Client Experiences Starter Kit Beta & Reader Beta SDK!

We are very excited to take the wraps off of our newest addition to .Net client development – a Starter Kit designed to make it easy to create rich, syndicated multimedia and content experiences which engage the user, from documents and photos to videos and podcasts.

These Syndicated Client Experiences (SCE) applications exploit the push capabilities of RSS in a model where content is synced down to the local computer and each application retains full control over the presentation of the content. Microsoft’s Sync Framework-based Subscription Center takes care of syncing, local storage, subscription management and the safe caching of authentication credentials. These building blocks and services are designed to help application developers focus on what matters to them most: providing an optimal, highly-differentiated content experience on the desktop with very rich content, branding, skinning and custom user interface elements.

Syndicated Client Experiences Starter Kit – WindowsClient.net

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One thought on “An desktop RSS reader using WPF& Sync Framework

  1. Hi there this is somewwhat of off topic but I was
    wondering if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if you have too manually code with HTML.
    I’m tarting a blog soon but have no coding experience so I wanted too get advice from someone with experience.
    Anyy help wouuld be enormously appreciated!

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