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Last March we released the Windows
Azure Toolkit for Windows Phone 7, which provided a set of generic
services for Windows Azure. This toolkit was the first step in enabling developers to build native experiences on multiple platforms using Windows Azure. As the next step in this process, today we're pleased to announce the release of the Windows
Azure Toolkit for iOS. This toolkit
contains resources and services designed to make it easier for iOS developers
to use Windows Azure.
This iOS toolkit includes the following pieces:
Take a look at Windows Azure Technical Evangelist Wade Wegner’s post for a detailed
technical review of the iOS toolkit.
The Windows Azure Toolkit for iOS—along with all the source
code—has been released to github:
To simplify the process of setting up services in Windows
Azure, we are also releasing a “Cloud Ready” package for the toolkit. This package is designed to allow someone to
quickly get started using Windows Azure without having to open and modify the
With the cloud ready package, you can quickly:
can grab the Cloud
Ready Package for Devices on github to get started. Additionally, you can watch the following
screencasts to learn more:
Started with the iOS Toolkit
the Cloud Ready Package for Devices
In addition to the release of the Windows Azure Toolkit for iOS,
we are excited to share that we have already begun work on the Windows Azure
Toolkit for Android, and expect to have it ready in June.
Futhermore, at TechEd North America we will ship v1.2 of the
Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows Phone 7, which will include:
By providing toolkits for Windows Phone 7, iOS, and Android, we are making it
faster and easier for developers to use Windows Azure to provide services
across device platforms.