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Microsoft Popfly Resource Center
Microsoft Popfly Resource Sites
Microsoft Popfly
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2704,2210496,00.asp
Article: “Microsoft Popfly,” by Michael Muchmore. Discusses Popfly, Microsoft’s visual development tool, how Popfly helps non-programmers create mashups, its community-building features, the downloading of Silverlight (available for Windows and Mac), the block (a basic building unit), Microsoft Visual Web developer 2005 Express, pre-build blocks, creating a mashup (including selecting blocks, selecting parameters for blocks, and drawing arrows to connect blocks), and creating a web page and blocks.
Visual Studio Express: Popfly for Visual Studio
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/popfly/popflyforvisualstudio/default.aspx
Overview: Visual Studio Express: Popfly for Visual Studio. Discusses what Popfly is and how it works, the Popfly Explorer Visual Studio 2005 add-in, and potential future enhancements.
Popfly Cheat Sheet
http://www.cjcraft.com/Blog/2007/05/26/MicrosoftPopflyCheatSheet.aspx
Popfly Cheat Sheet assembled by Chris Craft. A list of all of the Popfly blocks currently available. There are 132 applications available that are broken down into 51 block categories including BLaugh, Block Inspector, Calculator, Carousel, Combine, Conversation, Digg, Digital Podcast, Facebook, Filter, flickr, Guage, Game Trailers, GeoNames, Image Scraper, Image Comment, Indeed jobs, Live Spaces, MSN Horoscopes, MSN News Feeds, My Live Contacts, News Reader, Page Turner, PhotoFlip, PhotoSphere, PhotoStack, PhotoTiles, RegExp, RSS, SeattlePublicLibrary, Slideshow, SnipShot, SoapBox, Sort, Stock Quotes, Text Helper, Timer, Trynt, Twitter, Upcoming, User Input, Video Player, Virtual Earth, Whack-A-Mole, Yahoo! Answers, Yahoo! Images, Yahoo! News, Yahoo! Term Extraction, Yahoo! Traffic, Yahoo! Video, and Xbox Live.
WebLogic + Microsoft Popfly = Enterprise Mashup
http://dev2dev.bea.com/blog/plaird/archive/2007/06/bea_weblogic_mi.html
Blog: "BEA WebLogic + Microsoft Popfly = Enterprise Mashup," by Peter Laird. Discusses building a Mashup with Microsoft Popfly, entering a BEA Weblogic portal and enterprise mashups, provisioning the WLP (Weblogic Portal) content repository, building a REST-style service for the WLP content repository, building the Popfly data block for consuming the JSON service, and assembling the mashup.
Microsoft Popfly: Privacy Statement
http://www.popfly.ms/static/privacystatement.aspx
Microsoft Popfly: Privacy Statement. Discusses the Microsoft Popfly Privacy Statement, collection of personal information, use of personal information, control of personal information, access to personal information, security of personal information, use of cookies, use of web beacons, changes to this policy, and contact information.
Popfly Information Site
http://www.popfly.ms/Overview/
Microsoft’s Popfly overview site. Information available includes an overview of what Popfly does and its features, Popfly FAQs, the Popfly Explorer, Popfly Explorer help, desktops (a collection of backgrounds developed in Popfly), the Popfly Ecosystem (consisting of publishers, block builders, community sites and gadget galleries), and Nutritional Facts (availability, cost [free], storage limit, system requirements, browser support, content supported [e.g., JavaScript, Ajax libraries, etc.], and release notes.

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Update :: December 17, 2017