In my previous post I showed how to use tables in an Azure Mobile Services node.js backend to talk to a MongoDB collection for simple CRUD operations. In this post we present a way retrieve all OData query parameters passed to the table read script, so that we can support more complex read operations into the Mongo database.
Join Nir Mashkowski and Josh Twist, in this one off special of ‘Not Your Father’s’ that demonstrates just how easy it now is to securely solve your hybrid challenges.
Getting started with reverse DNS for Azure Cloud Services using PowerShell
As we begin Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference this week in Washington, DC, partner momentum with Microsoft Azure has never been stronger. Building on this momentum, Microsoft announced Microsoft Azure Certified and additional Azure-related programs today.
This is the first in a short series of posts focusing on business continuity and disaster recovery. In this post…
Azure Mobile Services provides a turnkey way for mobile developers to add a cloud-hosted backend to their app. The service now has full support for writing your backend logic using ASP.NET Web API.
In late April Scott Guthrie blogged about the new SQL Database Basic and Standard service tiers, and new features added to the…
Unlike in the .NET backend, the node.js backend of Azure Mobile Services doesn’t have native support for MongoDB collections. We can, however, implement it in a node.js mobile service by using table scripts. This post shows how to add basic support for CRUD operations from a Mongo database to your mobile service.
With the new health dashboard you are able to personalize to display the services and regions that you care about, and subscribe to RSS feeds for all services or only those that interest you.
This preview of WebJobs SDK adds support for Service Bus and many more new features.