Sessions at Microsoft BUILD 2011 about Web APIs in Anaheim Convention Center

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Thursday 15th September 2011

  • Making apps social and connected with HTTP services

    by Suhail Khalid and Alexander Corradini

    People want apps that are social and connected - enabling them to upload pictures and share them with friends, download magazines, read news, or use the next big service on the Internet. Today’s popular services allow users to do these things over HTTP, but this can be tedious because of lengthy documentation, various authentication protocols and response formats. Come learn how Windows 8 makes it easy to provide a great social and connected experience by providing these HTTP services through a platform that is simple, rich, and enables multitasking - keeping your customers engaged in your apps.

    At 10:30am to 11:30am, Thursday 15th September

    In 207 B, Anaheim Convention Center

    Coverage video

Friday 16th September 2011

  • Your devices + OData + Windows Azure == happiness

    by Mike Flasko

    We are currently undergoing a massive proliferation of connected devices ranging from phones to PCs, each with its own requirements and capabilities. This can lead to significant developer frustration as we try to create great end-user experiences across devices. The OData protocol (http://odata.org) was created to provide a simple, common way to interact with data on the Web from any platform or device. In this session, we’ll show you how the dynamic duo of OData and Windows Azure can be used to create rich, Web-friendly and scalable Web APIs that provide the capabilities you need to bring happiness to all your device programming experiences. Finally, we’ll mash up the data we’ve exposed with data provided by existing OData sources including Netflix, eBay, Facebook, SAP, and others.

    At 12:30pm to 1:30pm, Friday 16th September

    In Ballroom D, Anaheim Convention Center

    Coverage video

  • OData Futures: creating the web of data

    by Pablo Castro

    The OData protocol is a great way of exposing Web APIs for use in mobile apps and 3rd party Web sites. In this session we’ll cover what’s coming next for OData. We will discuss the new features of the protocol and we’ll show how they surface in specific implementations such as the .NET and Javascript frameworks.

    At 2:00pm to 3:00pm, Friday 16th September

    In Ballroom D, Anaheim Convention Center

    Coverage video

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