Get started with Service Fabric with these simple introductory sample projects.
This is a sample application which shows how to deploy multiple projects in a solution to multiple Azure App Service Web App from a single repository
The getting started sample demonstrates how to perform common tasks using the Azure Blob Service in .NET including uploading a blob, CRUD operations, listing, as well as blob snapshot creation.
Azure App Service sample with a web client and Xamarin mobile client.
A simple Todo list application built using Web API and Azure API Apps
An end-to-end sample that demonstrates an IoT application combining Service Fabric with other Azure services.
A demo web application that syncs the app's local user store with users that have been assigned to the application in the directory.
A sample .NET 4.5 MVC web app that signs-up and signs-in users from any Azure AD tenant using OpenID Connect.
A .NET 4.5 multi-tenant web API that is secured using Azure AD and OAuth 2.0 access tokens, and accepts calls from Azure AD users in any tenant via a Windows Store client.
An AngularJS based single page app, implemented with an ASP.NET Web API backend, that signs in users and calls web APIs using Azure AD
Code for downloading network monitoring logs and converting them to .CSV files to be uploaded to Power BI for analysis.
A Service Fabric back-end real-time data streaming and analysis system using WebSockets and Azure ML.
A sample .NET 4.5 MVC SaaS web app that signs-up and signs-in users from any Azure AD tenant, and calls the Azure AD Graph API.
An AngularJS single page app, implemented with an ASP.NET Web API backend, that signs users in using Azure AD and calls another web API using OAuth 2.0 access tokens.
A .NET 4.5 MVC web app that signs Azure AD users in with OpenID Connect and calls a web api using OAuth 2.0 access tokens.
A .NET 4.5 MVC web app that demonstrates how to query the Azure AD Graph API using the Azure AD Graph Client Library
A .NET MVC web application that uses WS-Federation to sign-in users from a single Azure Active Directory tenant, using the ASP.Net WS-Federation OWIN middleware.