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Live Messenger Loves Scripters Too: How To Get It In Your Php Web App

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Microsoft's Social Web Guy


A common misconception is that the cool functionality in the Live Messenger Web Toolkit is only available to developers who are using the Microsoft web platform i.e. ASP.NET. This couldnt be further from the truth.


The Live Messenger Web Toolkit is entirely client-side based using JavaScript and HTTP endpoints, it will happily run on any platform, any web server and with any scripting language. The Web Toolkit JavaScript was created using Script# which allows you to code in C# and then compile down to JS neat.



I don't know much about windows live application, truthfully I've never used anyway, but I'd be curious to learn how microsoft live capabilities compare to facebook.

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