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  • Blog Post: Here's What's New with Windows Azure

    Today at //build we showed how easy it is to use Windows Azure as the cloud backend for developing modern apps, regardless of whether you’re developing mobile, client, web-based, or enterprise applications. You can check out some really great examples of this in the //build day 2 keynote including...
  • Blog Post: Web Sites Series: Resources to Get Started with Windows Azure Web Sites

    Windows Azure Web Sites are a new feature that let you host web sites on Windows Azure very quickly and easily. You can have a new site up-and-running in less than five minutes ! The Develop and Manage centers on WindowsAzure.com provide a variety of resources to help you get started using Web Sites...
  • Blog Post: Web Sites Series: Windows Azure Web Sites Experience on .NET and Visual Studio

    In this blog you will learn how you can take an existing ASP.NET application and publish it to a Windows Azure Web Site. The demo application is an ASP.NET MVC 4 and uses Entity Framework (EF) Code First to access the data stored in SQL Server. It also uses EF Code First migrations to manage the schema...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Windows Azure Achievements for Visual Studio

    Today we are pleased to announce the release of Windows Azure Achievements for Visual Studio . Building on the existing Visual Studio Achievements extension , this updated release brings 15 new Windows Azure -based achievements to the popular Visual Studio extension. If you aren’t familiar with...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 2 – Where Have You Been All My Life

    [This article was contributed by the SQL Azure team.] Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta 2 was released earlier this week and is now available for public download . L ightSwitch applications utilize Silverlight that can be run in the browser or on the desktop. Beta 2 introduced new capabilities to deploy...
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