Visual Studio Mobile Center powers end-to-end mobile app development experiences. Adrian Hall joins Scott Hanselman to showcase how to work with his TODO app data in the cloud with Visual Studio Mobile Center’s Tables feature. Check out the other Mobile Center (http://mobile.azure.com) features including Build, Test, Distribute, Identity, Crashes, and Analytics.
In the cloud-first, mobile-first world, people are building Android and iOS applications and need a powerful cloud-powered backend. This session will review all of the ways that Azure can help build amazing applications on top of Microsoft’s cloud platform. This includes options for data storage, push notifications, job processing, media delivery, offline data sync, authentication and more. We’ll review all of these features at a high level and dive into some live coding demos throughout!
As enterprises transition to the cloud, it is frequently necessary to leave some assets on-premises: whether it is for technical, compliance, or security reasons. Mobile Services allows you to easily create a cloud-hosted mobility layer on top of these assets, while safely connecting to them back on your premises using Hybrid Connections. Supported assets include any resource that runs on a static TCP port, including Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, HTTP Web APIs, and most custom Web Services.
In this video, Craig Dunn, a Technical Evangelist at Xamarin, will teach you how to use Xamarin.iOS and Windows Azure Mobile Services to build a connected iOS application in C# rather than Objective-C. Although this video features Xamarin.iOS, many of the principles hold true for Android development using Xamarin.Android.
Windows Azure Mobile Services provides an easy to use?API for sending notifications to your Android apps.? In this video Chris Risner demonstrates step by step how you can add Push Notifications to send alerts, toasts and sound notifications to your app.? The demo includes: Provisioning a Mobile Service Registering your Android app for push notifications with Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) and receiving a registration ID Setting the GCM API key in your Mobile Service Sending your registration ID to your Mobile Services Sending notifications as Inserts occur on your Mobile Service Get started with 10 Mobile Services for FREE?and try this scenario using this step-by-step?tutorials.Follow @chrisrisner
In this video Scott Guthrie shows how using Windows Azure Mobile Services one can add a cloud backend to a Windows 8 application in literally minutes.
Sencha Touch, a high-performance HTML5 mobile application framework, is the cornerstone of the Sencha HTML5 platform. Built for enabling world-class user experiences, Sencha Touch is the only framework that enables developers to build powerful apps that work on iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, and more.
By now you've seen how powerful Mobile Services can be as the backend for your applications. This session is going to turn things up to 11 by showing you loads of super useful tips and tricks for using Mobile Services to its fullest. We'll talk about connecting to blob storage, custom authentication, script versioning, and much more. After attending this session you'll be ready to take your mobile connected apps from ordinary to extraordinary!
Windows Azure Mobile Services enables authentication scenarios with popular social identity providers such as Microsoft Account, Twitter, Facebook and Google. In this video Nick Harris demonstrates how you can authenticate users of your Windows Store apps using their Microsoft Account and then how you can restrict access to insert/update/read and delete permissions on the tables within your Mobile service to authenticated users.
Windows Phone - Authenticate and Authorize users with Server Scripts in Windows Azure Mobile Services
Windows Azure Mobile Services enables authentication scenarios with popular social identity providers such as Microsoft Account, Twitter, Facebook and Google. In this video Nick Harris demonstrates how you can authenticate users of your Windows Phone apps using a Twitter Account