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Scripting Visual Studio Mobile Center with F# and Swagger

One of my favorite things about Mobile Center is that everything it can do is exposed via their REST API, meaning that if the default experience doesn't fit the workflow you're going for, you can compose things yourself in any way you see fit. They were also nice enough to expose a Swagger definition as well, making it easy to explore. The API is easy to use, but one of the other nice things about Swagger…

You, Too, Can Build Xamarin Apps with F#

A couple years back I wrote an article covering how you could leverage many different languages in your Xamarin apps. In it, I included an F# portable class library that was referenced by the main application written in C#. That's still a completely valid approach, but I thought it was a good time to follow that up with a look at how, these days, you can use F# to build the entire app, and why it's…

Building a Voice-Driven TV Remote - Part 5: Adding a Listings Search Command

This is part five of the Building a Voice-Driven TV Remote series: Getting The Data Adding Search The Device API Some Basic Alexa Commands Adding a Listings Search Command In the previous post I added some basic remote control command functionality, allowing for being able to do things like mute, pause and resume playback, and change the volume. Earlier in the series I talked through building a search engine for TV listings so that I could…

Building a Voice-Driven TV Remote - Part 4: Some Basic Alexa Commands

This is part four of the Building a Voice-Driven TV Remote series: Getting The Data Adding Search The Device API Some Basic Alexa Commands Adding a Listings Search Command The first three posts in this series were a lot of fun but ultimately they were all just setting the stage for being able to do cool things. It's now time to start tying these pieces together to light up some basic functionality with Alexa and my…