Niner since 2010
Hi everyone! For a more detailed summary of our PWA plans, I posted them here for easy access: https://forum.kirupa.com/t/progressive-web-apps-pwa-and-windows-10/637192
I used the Preview HTML package. For the other packages I use with Atom for web development, check out this short video I did on that topic.
If you all have any questions on this topic, feel free to comment here or ping me directly on twitter @kirupa.
Hi everyone,Hope you liked this session. You can download the source for Pick-A-Flick from here: http://www.kirupa.com/html5/source/BuildDemo_Pick-A-Flick.zip (I kept my Rotten Tomatoes API key there, so please change it if you are going to be doing anything substantial with this app.)
A lot of the HTML concepts I spoke about can be seen here.
If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me via twitter!
Btw - here is the link to the source that works with the Windows Phone Toolkit itself: http://www.kirupa.com/windowsphone/source/Silverlight TV - WP7 Demo Source.zip
Dwayne - the reason might be that you never specified your own Bing API Developer ID on Line 42 in MainPage.xaml.cs.
You can get your own ID for free from here: http://www.bing.com/developers/createapp.aspx