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  • Blog Post: Push Notifications to PhoneGap Apps using Notification Hubs Integration

    PhoneGap (a distribution of the Apache Cordova project) is a free and open source framework that makes it easier to create app for key mobile device platforms using standardized web APIs, HTML and JavaScript. The essence of PhoneGap is that you write your app once in HTML and JavaScript, then deploy...
  • 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: What’s new in the Azure Mobile Services client SDKs 1.1.5 (and 1.1.4)

    Last week we released the version 1.1.5 of all platforms of our client SDKs. Since we did not have a blog post for the changes in 1.1.4, I’m including them here as well: Managed (C# / VB) Added support for Azure Notification Hubs integration (added on 1.1.4): a while back we released a better integration...
  • Blog Post: Take advantage of native integration with Notification Hubs

    SDK 1.1.4 has just been released for Windows Store and Phone 8, with support for push notifications through Notification Hubs. Till today, you had two choices for implementing push notifications in Mobile Services: use the provided node modules that required explicit channel management, or go through...
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