MemBus Rich Client showcase: A WPF Twitter Client

15 Sep 2010 in software-development | dotnet | membus |

After pondering a bit about the example application that should showcase MemBus, I thought that it should be a Twitter client. I think that Twitter Clients are something like the web era’s Hello World examples.

The example application is found under the MemBus directory at github: http://github.com/flq/MemBus/tree/master/Membus.WpfTwitterClient/

It will use MemBus, a DI container and a WPF framework to show off message-based patterns. Functionality-wise it will be a Twitter Client that will allow you to post status updates and see your timeline.

**Nag** Since this Client is open source there is the problem that distributing the necessary secrets to access the Twitter API would be just too obvious. In this [discussion thread here](http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk/browse_thread/thread/c18ade9d86c8b239?pli=1) a strategy is proposed how to solve that issue. For now, I am afraid that I cannot distribute the secrets. Stay tuned for a better solution.

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