Building IoT or Mobile solutions are fun and exciting. This year for Build, we wanted to show the amazing scenarios that can come together when these two are combined. So, we went and developed a sample application. MyDriving uses a wide range of Azure services to process and analyze car telemetry data for both real-time insights and long-term patterns and trends. The following features are supported in the current version of the mobile app.
How to manually process a JWT access token in a web API using the JSON Web Token Handler For the Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5.
Node.js backend quickstart project after all tutorials have been completed (push, auth, offline, etc..)
The getting started sample demonstrates how to perform common tasks using the Azure File Service in C++ including creating a directory, uploading files to a directory, downloading files, as well as listing all the files in a directory.
An example illustrating how to use Python to manage your SQL Azure databases
Setup and connect a Raspberry Pi device to Azure IoT hub
This sample demonstrates how to leverage ADAL .NET to authenticate user calls to a web API (in this case, the directory Graph) from apps that do not have the capability of offering an interactive authentication experience.
Java-based example of reading and writing to Apache Kafka from Apache Storm on HDInsight
An end-to-end Service Fabric application that demonstrates patterns and features in a web application scenario.
An end-to-end sample that demonstrates an IoT application combining Service Fabric with other Azure services.
Get started with the Raspberry Pi Azure IoT Starter Kit
A simple contact list application built using Web API and Azure API Apps
Simple cloud app that pulls data from public or private web service and pushes to event hub
Sample Azure Functions for use with Azure Media Services. Ingest from Azure Blobs, encode and output to Azure Blobs, monitor encoding progress, and use WebHooks or Queues to hook into the workflow.
A sample showcasing how to develop a web application that handles sign on via the unified Azure AD and MSA endpoint, so that users can sign in using both their work/school account or Microsoft account. The sample also shows how to use MSAL to obtain a token for invoking the Microsoft Graph.
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.