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- Store and sync data in the cloud using Storage
- Authenticate with AAD, Google, Facebook, and more
- Send push notifications with WNS
Learn how to authenticate users in your app through a variety of identity providers, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft, and then leverage profile data to add features like greeting users by name.
In this tutorial, you add authentication to the quickstart project using the Active Directory Authentication Library.
See Services: Azure Active Directory
Learn how you can use Mobile Services to store and retrieve data from an app.
Learn how to work with Blob Storage through Mobile Services.
Learn how to work with Table Storage through Mobile Services.
Azure Mobile Services offline features allow you to interact with a local database when you are in an offline scenario with your Mobile Service. This tutorial shows how to configure a mobile service to add data in a disconnected offline scenario and then sync those items to the online database.
See Services: Mobile Services
Quickly set up your app to receive push notifications.
Build a mobile app that allows selection of news categories and then receives push notifications based on user selections.
This topic shows you how to send push notifications to an authenticate user on any registered device.
See Services: Notification Hubs
The Media Services Media Player Framework library makes it easy for developers to create rich, dynamic client applications that create and mix video and audio streams together on the fly.
See Services: Media Services
Windows Phone app - Getting Started with Data - Connecting your app to Windows Azure Mobile Services
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