Back in the days of Windows Phone 7, Chris Koenig (@chriskoenig) wrote a nice little starter kit for building a WordPress app that ran on Windows Phone 7. It used a custom plug-in for WordPress that created a couple of feeds on the blog to be consumed by the app. […]
I just released both the XMLRPC.universal and WordPressAPI packages on Nuget. The WordPressAPI has also been changed to use the Nuget version of XMLRPC instead of needing a local copy of the project. Both of these projects should now be stable enough to use, although the WordPress client still only […]
Climbing back out of the rabbit hole I got myself into (see http://tonyc.me/1wjOD5Y), I’ve finished with my first iteration of the WordPress library for universal apps. This still has some cleaning up to do and you will need to download the xmlrpc.universal project from http://github.com/TonyChampion/xmlrpc.universal in order for it to […]

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