We are transitioning from Azure Mobile Services to Azure App Service.
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We are pleased to introduce App Service Certificate (ASC) which allows App Service customers to create, manage and consume certificates seamlessly in Azure cloud.
We are in the midst of an application development and IT system management revolution driven by the cloud where business realities are driving developers to adopt an application architecture model called “microservices.”
Today, we are announcing an update for our mobile and desktop app customers. Learn about some important upcoming changes and when they'll happen.
If you have been using Parse hosting as the backend that supports your mobile apps, this may be the perfect time to try out Azure App Service.
I am excited to announce general availability of App Service Mobile Apps.
Today we are expanding the Authentication/Authorization feature for Azure App Service to include new identity providers, new sign-in options and greater flexibility in access control.
Modern applications with many users can generate a lot of telemetry data. While it is a pretty common (and almost always wrong) perception that you absolutely must collect every piece of the application telemetry, doing so may come at a high price.
In Bill Staples's keynote at AzureCon we saw a number of great mobile apps our customers have built using Azure App Service. They did it using a number of enterprise mobile app templates available to you now. Read on to learn more.
How to enable client certificate authentication (TLS mutual authentication) for your Azure Web App.