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.
Node.js backend quickstart project after all tutorials have been completed (push, auth, offline, etc..)
A .NET 4.5 MVC web app that demonstrates how to query the Azure AD Graph API using the Azure AD Graph Client Library
The getting started sample demonstrates how to perform common tasks using the Azure Queue Service in .NET including inserting, peeking, getting and deleting queue messages, as well as creating and deleting queues.
A Xamarin application that signs users in with Azure Active Directory across several different platforms and calls the Azure AD Graph API using OAuth 2.0 access tokens.
In the sample, an existing web app with its own way of signing in users adds the ability to call an Azure AD protected web API using OAuth 2.0 access tokens.
An ASP.NET Core web application that authenticates Azure AD users and calls a web API using OAuth 2.0 access tokens.
A Power BI Embedded sample that shows you how to integrate a Power BI report into your own web app
This C# project demonstrates several ways about how to import certificate to cloud service instance certificate store and set account acl on it
These samples demonstrate how to use the Microsoft Azure Blob Service with the PHP client libraries