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    Windows 8 C++ code for accessing REST api from salesforce chatter

    Hi

    please find below my blog that talks about how to access SFDC chatter api in windows 8 C++ code.

    http://mobilitytrendspraful.blogspot.com/


    thanks
    Praful

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    Re: Windows 8 C++ code for accessing REST api from salesforce chatter

    You should also take a look at the Casablanca project: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/devlabs/casablanca.aspx
    Quote Originally Posted by MSDN
    Here’s what you get with Casablanca:
    • Support for accessing REST services from native code on Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 by providing asynchronous C++ bindings to HTTP, JSON, and URIs
    • A Visual Studio extension SDK to help you write C++ HTTP client side code in your Windows 8 App Store style app
    • Support for writing native-code REST for Azure, including Visual Studio integration
    • Convenient libraries for accessing Azure blob, table, and queue storage from native clients as a first class Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) feature
    • A consistent and powerful model for composing asynchronous operations based on C++ 11 features
    • A C++ implementation of the Erlang actor-based programming model
    • A set of samples and documentation


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    Re: Windows 8 C++ code for accessing REST api from salesforce chatter

    Its nice to read a good, intellectual article.......

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