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  • Blog Post: Fresh Updates to Azure Mobile Services .NET

    Today we are rolling out a new set of updates to Azure Mobile Services .NET including: Better SQL Azure database initializers, Using local config settings, and Detecting when the service is unhealthy. Azure Mobile Services provide an easy way for building cloud connected mobile applications across any...
  • Blog Post: Real-time with ASP.NET SignalR and Azure Mobile .NET Backend

    We just released an update for Azure Mobile Services .NET backend which enables you to use ASP.NET SignalR for real-time, bi-directional communications with your mobile applications. SignalR will use WebSockets under the covers when it's available, and fallback to other “techniques” (i.e. HTTP hacks...
  • Blog Post: Autofac and Azure Mobile Services .NET Backend

    When creating an Azure Mobile Service .NET backend we automatically set up Autofac to deal with all things dependency injection. If you are new to Azure Mobile Services then here are tutorials and more . If you are not familiar with Autofac then they have a great wiki with lots of information . If you...
  • Blog Post: Push Notifications Using Notification Hub and .NET Backend

    When creating a Azure Mobile Service, a Notification Hub is automatically created as well enabling large scale push notifications to devices across any mobile platform (Android, iOS, Windows Store apps, and Windows Phone). For a background on Notification Hubs, see this overview as well as these tutorials...
  • Blog Post: Mobile Services .NET Backend Updates -- Mar 29 2014

    We are pushing ahead hard with new features for the Mobile Services .NET backend – here are some of the updates that are now available in the latest NuGet packages as well as in the Quick Starts: Updated to Web API 2.1, Azure Storage 3.3, and JSON.NET 6.0 Support for sending Windows Phone push notifications...
  • Blog Post: Making it Yours: Configuring Mobile Services .NET Backend

    The Azure Mobile Services .NET backend has a lot of flexibility in how you can configure and use it. It allows you to plug in additional components, change existing components, and configure how it works. Here we describe the main configuration and extensibility points as well as the common path. Typically...
  • Blog Post: The .NET Backend Help Page and Test Client

    When developing a .NET backend service for your Mobile Azure Service, it is often useful to be able to try things out by sending HTTP requests and see what comes back – not to mention being able to debug what happens in the service. To facilitate this the .NET Backend comes with the ASP.NET Web API help...
  • Blog Post: Debugging .NET Backend in Visual Studio

    It’s good to be back blogging! We have been busy working on Azure Mobile Services and as you may have seen we have just released a preview of the .NET backend . This means that you can now write your mobile application backend using ASP.NET Web API from Visual Studio using all the nice frameworks your...
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