Some time ago I wrote a post where I mentioned about a package to a Windows 10 Universal App to work with Twitter. In that post, I also mentioned that it was a shame that the excellent Daniel Crenna’s TweetSharp, does not support Windows Universal Apps.
Yesterday I was updating an app with some new features, and I find TweetMoaSharp. A fork of the latest version of TweetSharp and adds features to use these libraries in apps WinRT. It has been created by Troy Willmot (thanks!)
On this basis, the use is similar to TweetSharp and the truth is that after doing a few tests, it works very well in an app for Windows 10.
El paquete aparece si realizas una búsqueda por TweetSharp, a partir de allí es tan simple como agregarlo y comenzar a programar.
The package appears if you do a search for TweetSharp, from there it is as simple as adding it and begin to set.
The following code shows a simple example of a search criterion “elbruno”:
Greetings @ Madrid