Windows Store Samples

Samples that show how to use Mobile Services as a backend for your Windows Store apps.

 

Azure Mobile Services Code Samples

The Azure Code Gallery has a growing list of sample applications contributed by Microsoft and the Azure community.

Get Started

Sample: Get started with Mobile Services and C++

Learn how to add a mobile service to a Windows Store app in Visual Studio using C++ and XAML.

Languages: C++

Data

Sample: Storing and Retrieving Data off device with Mobile Services

This sample demonstrates how you can quickly store and access data from your Windows Store app off device in a cloud service using Azure Mobile Services.

Languages: C#, JavaScript

Sample: Get started with the offline features

This sample demonstrates how an application can be enabled to use the offline features for Azure Mobile Services.

Languages: C#

Sample: Handle offline synchronization conflicts

This sample demonstrates how an application can handle synchronization conflicts that can occur when an application uses the offline features for Azure Mobile Services

Languages: C#

Sample: Event Buddy Sample - Storage, Auth and Push Notifications with Mobile Services

In this sample you will start with a disconnected Windows Store app that manages events & sessions. You will connect it to Azure Mobile Service to provide structured storage, auth using Twitter or Facebook and push notifications.

Languages: C#

Users

Sample: Authenticate Microsoft Account, Facebook, Twitter and Google w/ Mobile Services

This sample demonstrates how you can easily wire up your Windows Store application to require your users to Authenticate against well know social identity such as Microsoft Account, Facebook, Twitter and Google using Azure Mobile Services.

Languages: C#, JavaScript

Sample: Event Buddy Sample - Storage, Auth and Push Notifications with Mobile Services

In this sample you will start with a disconnected Windows Store app that manages events & sessions. You will connect it to Azure Mobile Service to provide structured storage, auth using Twitter or Facebook and push notifications.

Languages: C#

Push

Sample: Tile, Toast and Badge Push Notifications using Azure Mobile Services

This sample demonstrates how you can easily register a channel in Azure Mobile Services and then send different types of push notifications such as tile, toast and badge notifications from a server side script to your client application.

Languages: C#, JavaScript

Sample: Raw Notifications using Azure Mobile Services

This sample demonstrates how you can easily send Raw push notifications to your Windows Store apps using Azure Mobile Services.

Languages: C#, JavaScript

Sample: Send Push Notifications at Periodic Interval with the Mobile Services Scheduler

This sample demonstrates how you can offload work from your Windows Store app to be processed on a scheduled basis using Azure Mobile Services. It shows how to create a Scheduled Script that polls a feed and send a Push Notification to update the tile with latest news.

Languages: C#, JavaScript

Sample: Event Buddy Sample - Storage, Auth and Push Notifications with Mobile Services

In this sample you will start with a disconnected Windows Store app that manages events & sessions. You will connect it to Azure Mobile Service to provide structured storage, auth using Twitter or Facebook and push notifications.

Languages: C#

Sample: Tic-Tac-Toe Mobile Game Sample

Use this game sample as a starting point for creating a variety of turn-based games that users play over a network. The app stores game state by using Mobile Services and communicates updates by using push notifications.

Languages: C#

Services

Sample: Send Push Notifications at Periodic Interval with the Mobile Services Scheduler

This sample demonstrates how you can offload work from your Windows Store app to be processed on a scheduled basis using Azure Mobile Services. It shows how to create a Scheduled Script that polls a feed and send a Push Notification to update the tile with latest news.

Languages: C#, JavaScript

Sample: Enqueue and Dequeue messages with Azure Mobile Services and Services Bus

This code sample demonstrates how you can enqueue and dequeue messages from your Windows Store apps into a Service Bus Queue via Azure Mobile Services. This code sample builds out an ordering scenario with both a Sales and Storeroom and app.

Languages: C#

Scenarios

Sample: Tic-Tac-Toe Mobile Game Sample

Use this game sample as a starting point for creating a variety of turn-based games that users play over a network. The app stores game state by using Mobile Services and communicates updates by using push notifications.

Languages: C#

Sample: To Do List Sample

A social to-do list application using Mobile Services.

Languages: C#

Sample: Event Buddy Sample - Storage, Auth and Push Notifications with Mobile Services

In this sample you will start with a disconnected Windows Store app that manages events & sessions. You will connect it to Azure Mobile Service to provide structured storage, auth using Twitter or Facebook and push notifications.

Languages: C#

Sample: Geolocation sample end-to-end using Azure Mobile Services

This sample provides an end-to-end location scenario with a Windows Store app using Bing Maps and an Azure Mobile Services backend. It shows how to add places to the Map, store place coordinates in a Mobile Services table, and how to query for places near your location.

Languages: C#

Sample: Upload Files to Azure Blob Storage using Azure Mobile Services

This sample demonstrates how to store your files, such as images, videos, docs, or any binary data off device in the cloud using Azure Blob Storage. In this example, we focus on capturing and uploading images, with the same approach you can upload any binary data to Blob Storage.

Languages: C#

Sample: Create a Game Leaderboard using Azure Mobile Services

The My Trivia sample demonstrates how you can easily add, update, and view a leaderboard from your Windows Store applications using Azure Mobile Services

Languages: C#

Sample: Enqueue and Dequeue messages with Azure Mobile Services and Services Bus

This code sample demonstrates how you can enqueue and dequeue messages from your Windows Store apps into an Azure Service Bus Queue via Azure Mobile Services. This code sample builds out an ordering scenario with both a Sales and Storeroom and app.

Languages: C#

Sample: Capture, Store and Email app Feedback using Azure Mobile Services

This sample shows how you can implement a Feedback charm option in your Windows Store application, and then submit the feedback to be both stored Azure Mobile Services and emailed directly to you.

Languages: C#