Learn how to push a rich notification with an image using Notification Hubs in iOS8 & 7.
A new release of the .NET backend for Azure Mobile Services improves the experience when using Azure Storage tables – continuation links are now exposed and can be used for paging through large tables.
Creating polished Azure Automation runbook solutions to automate your Cloud OS processes can take time to perfect, and may feel a bit intimidating at first. Now the time it takes to create functional, polished runbooks is a little faster thanks to the new Azure Automation Runbook Gallery.
We’ve just released the beta version of the iOS offline SDK, which adds support for accessing Table Storage when using a .NET backend Mobile Service. In order to add this support, we made a minor breaking change to the offline SDK.
New and improved process makes it easier for the Azure community to contribute to documentation and SDKs in GitHub. The Contribution License Agreement (CLA) is now available in a fully online and automated workflow.
Custom authentication scopes for social login providers, single sign-on for store applications, updated dependency to the latest ASP.NET Web API, among other updates in the latest release of the Azure Mobile Services .NET backend.
The Azure Web Application Gallery makes it easy to explore, discover and install popular community ASP.NET, PHP, Python, Java and Node.JS applications on Azure Websites. Users can now browse and view applications to build dynamic websites ranging from personal blogs to eCommerce websites to corporate websites in just minutes.
We announced the Azure Search Public Preview a few weeks ago and we are getting some great feedback!
To help you learn how to manage the health of your online services, we have developed the Storage Monitoring, Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Guide.
We are releasing another preview of the Microsoft Azure WebJobs SDK, which was introduced by Scott Hanselman. This release has the same general feature set as 0.6.0-beta and bug fixes.