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Igor Khomenko

New simple samples of using the QuickBlox for Windows Phone 7

Posted by Igor Khomenko on February 17, 2012

We are happy to tell you that 3 new simple samples of using the QuickBlox for Windows Phone 7 application are already available. In these simple samples are described how to work with Users and Location service in the QuickBlox, and how using the background mode helps in developing high quality applications. You can find new simple samples in English and Russian here:

Enjoy!

Taras Filatov

Быстрый старт с QuickBlox

Posted by Taras Filatov on February 6, 2012

Привет всем! Сегодня я хочу рассказать, о том, как быстро начать работу с QuickBlox.

QuickBlox предоставляет для работы простой и понятный, но в то же время достаточно мощный для решения широкого спектра задач REST API.

Для работы пригодится документация

Будем работать с сервером https://{service}.quickblox.com

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Igor Khomenko

Using Location API to create Chat and other services

Posted by Igor Khomenko on February 1, 2012

Hi guys!

We would like to share the information with you on how to create Chat and other services using Location API.

1. How it works

It should be noted that QuickBlox geo service provides wide functionality, which can be used for creating, retrieving and removing the data as well as sorting and requesting the data in the required format. This service is completely integrated into our infrastructure and it provides the ability to transfer string data using field Status. The only thing to remember is that you should consider the limit of 1000 symbols. Read more

Taras Filatov

Your Own MapChat Widget for WordPress

Posted by Taras Filatov on January 30, 2012

You can add map and chat (implemented with Location module) to your WordPress blog’s sidebar easily and simply, for instructions click here.

This widget allows your site users to chat instantly over a map whilst they are browsing your website. Instantly they are engaged with each other over a google map. Users can connect to the widget via Facebook connect using their Facebook login to register. This allows to map to show their avatar on the map.

For instructions to set up your own Map & Widget follow this link.