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What's new

Here are the features and functionality that were added, removed, and changed for each recent release of Live Connect.

October 2013 release

The October 2013 release of Live Connect adds or changes these features and functionality since the June 2013 release:

  • Live SDK update

    • The Live SDK v5.5 for Windows supports apps built with Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 to run on Windows 8.1.
    • Web apps: The Microsoft OneDrive file picker has been improved so that returned URLs do not raise a 404 error.
    • Web apps: The promise returned by WL.upload handles the onprogress callback more predictably.
    • Windows Phone: Fixed a NullReferenceException raised when the LiveAuthClient.OnOperationCompleted event is raised.

June 2013 release

The June 2013 release of Live Connect adds or changes these features and functionality since the December 2012 release:

  • Live SDK update

    • The Live SDK v5.4 for Windows supports apps built with Visual Studio 2013 to run on Windows 8.1.
    • Sign-in with Windows 8.1: Calling WL.login in JavaScript or LiveAuthClient.LoginAsync in C# in a non-connected user account will trigger the flow of connecting the current user account with a Microsoft account. Once that happens, the current account will become connected. The user can only disconnect the Microsoft account through the PC's settings.
    • Sign-out on Windows Phone: Fixed the issue that LiveAuthClient.Logout method cannot clear the user session so that the user will not be prompted to type in credential when sign-in is invoked again.
  • REST API

    The Activity object is deprecated.

December 2012 release

The December 2012 release of Live Connect adds or changes these features and functionality since the August 2012 release:

  • Live SDK update

    • The Live SDK v5.3 for Windows and Windows Phone supports apps built to run on Windows 8 and Windows Phone 7.0, 7.5, and 8.0. For more info, see Live SDK downloads and Referencing the APIs.

    • The sign-in control was removed from the Live SDK for Windows 8 in JavaScript and C# because the sign-in function is provided by Windows 8.

  • Live SDK for the .NET Framework

    A new Live SDK is available for desktop applications built using the .NET Framework. Download this new software development kit (SDK) from Live SDK downloads.

  • New samples

    We've added samples that demonstrate how to use the Live Connect APIs from server-side apps built with ASP.NET. These samples are now available from Live SDK downloads.

 

 

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