Updates to the Azure Mobile Services .NET backend
jeudi 2 octobre 2014
Single sign-on for Windows Store applicationsBy default, on Mobile Services login, Windows Store applications display an authentication window and require the user to re-enter their credentials, even if they selected the “Remember me” option on the login page. By default, the cookies from an authentication session are not preserved, which results in this behavior. However, the app can provide a better user experience by using an overload of LoginAsync, which specifies that the client should cache cookies in the authentication sessions.
CORS support for SignalRWe recently announced support for SignalR in Azure Mobile Services .NET backend. The feature works well for mobile apps, but previously, CORS configuration settings weren’t used in SignalR responses, which caused browsers to block some of the requests. Now, CORS settings are used in SignalR responses, so the feature works fully on all supported platforms.
Support for ASP.NET Web API 2.2The .NET backend now supports ASP.NET Web API 2.2, corresponding to version 5.2.x of the NuGet package Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi.Owin. Now, all of the new features in Web API 2.2 are available, such as OData v4 and attribute routing improvements. To learn more about these Azure Mobile Services updates, see this blog post.
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