Live Mesh services

Last week Christophe Geers, a friend of mine, posted a great article about the Live Mesh services and framework. Live Mesh is one of the building blocks of Microsoft’s Azure platform and it allows you to easily synchronize files with all your devices (PC, PDA, smartphone, …) The great thing for us developers is that it also provides REST-based API’s which can be used to query the shared files or to store all kinds of data.

Christophe demonstrates how to query the Mesh, how to create folders and how to upload and download files.

Some months ago another Belgian .NET developer (and trainer) Peter Himschoot also posted an article about Live Mesh which explains how to create your own data structures and how to store and retrieve data.

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