"Chronicling America" with a little JavaScript, Windows 8.1 and VS 2013

Posted by: MSDN: Coding4Fun, on 23 Oct 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Today's Window's Wednesday's post is a Windows 8.1 project that takes me back a bit. I used to love scrolling through old newspaper microfiche, catching a glimpse of the past.Today's project is a starting point for something much like that...Chronicling AmericaThe Library of Congress provides a great API to view articles from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This sample code consumes that API and displays the content in a Windows Store app. My goal here was to build a visually fun application...

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