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  • Blog Post: Announcing Android Support for Mobile Services

    I'm extremely excited to announce the release of our official Android SDK for Windows Azure Mobile Services. Android developers now have easy access to structured data storage, authentication, push notifications using Google Cloud Messaging(GCM) and more ...read more
  • Blog Post: New Windows Azure Mobile Services iOS Samples Available

    I'm excited to share the news that we have released a number of new iOS samples for Windows Azure Mobile Services. These samples demonstrate common scenarios that developers will run into when using Mobile Services. All of these samples have been open ...read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Media Services Now Generally Available

    I’m pleased to announce that Windows Azure Media Encoding, Encoding Reserved Unit, and On-Demand Streaming Reserved Unit are now generally available with the support of service level agreements . Media Encoding will remain free of charge until February ...read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Mobile Services Update

    It has been less than four months since we introduced the first public preview for Windows Azure Mobile Services and in this short time we have seen continual improvements to the service offering including: SDKs for Windows Store, Windows Phone 8 and ...read more
  • Blog Post: The Rock, Paper, Azure Challenge is Back!

    I’m excited to announce that we have re-launched the Rock, Paper, Azure challenge! For the next 6 weeks Developers will compete in an online game based on rock, paper, scissors, with the opportunity to win prizes and some serious bragging rights. The ...read more
  • Blog Post: TouchDevelop: The Fast Path to Windows 8 and Phone Apps

    Are you looking for a little extra cash for the upcoming holidays? Then you might be interested in creating some cool apps to sell in the Windows Store. Or maybe you’re simply curious and want to try your hand at developing for Windows 8 and Windows Phone ...read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Mobile Services Updates Keep Coming

    Some exciting new Windows Azure Mobile Services features were delivered to production this week. The highlights include: iPhone and iPad connectivity support via a new iOS SDK Integrated Authentication so developers can configure user authentication via ...read more
  • Blog Post: Feature Updates to the Windows Azure Portal

    Lots of activity over at the Windows Azure portal this weekend, including some exciting new features and major improvements to existing features. Here are the highlights: Support for Managing Co-administrators Set up account co-administrators to allow ...read more
  • Blog Post: Announcing the New Windows Azure Web Sites Shared Scaling Tier

    Windows Azure Web Sites has added a new pricing tier that will solve the #1 blocker for the web development community. The shared tier now supports custom domain names mapped to shared-instance web sites. This post will outline the plan changes and elaborate ...read more
  • Blog Post: Introducing Windows Azure Mobile Services

    Today I’m excited to share that the Windows Azure Mobile Services public preview is now available. This preview provides a turnkey backend cloud solution designed to accelerate connected client app development. These services streamline the development ...read more
  • Blog Post: We Want Your Metro Apps for the Next Windows 8 Preview Release!

    Tuesday, the Windows Store blog announced that in the next significant Windows 8 preview release they will be expanding their global coverage with 33 additional app submission locales for developers. Our store services are ramping up as planned--and of ...read more
  • Blog Post: Announcing Windows Azure Media Services

    The Windows Azure platform just keeps getting better and better. Yesterday we announced the upcoming preview of the new Windows Azure Media Services. Windows Azure Media Services form an extensible media platform that integrates the best of the Microsoft ...read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8

    The refreshed Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8 has been released. It makes it easy for developers to create Windows Metro Style applications that can harness the power of Windows Azure. The toolkit includes working code samples, including one that ...read more
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