TOP STORIES
Get Started With Azure NOW!
Get a FREE 90-day Windows Azure Trial
Get the Windows Azure Tools and SDK

See Jim O'Neil's post detailing the New, Improved, No-Risk Windows Azure Trial!

Get the Windows Azure Tools and SDK
Attention MSDN Subscribers: You’ve already got FREE Azure services included in your subscription.  Don’t let them go to waste. Activate them now!
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Creating a Great Mashup Part 2

    This post details features used by Earthquake Explorer , a Windows 8 app that displays earthquake information on Bing maps.   Earthquake Explorer was based off of the Earthquakes mashup starter kit on github .  Read part 1 here . ...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    One Azure Web Role, Multiple Websites

    Windows Azure has been capable of running multiple websites in a single web role for some time now, but I found myself recently in a situation with 2 separate Azure solutions and was looking to combine them to create a single deployment.   Just...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Best Practice for Sending Windows 8 Tiles from Mobile Services

    Those that know me know I am not a fan of javascript, in pretty much all of its forms (including node.js), however, I’m really digging Windows Azure Mobile Services (WAMS).  WAMS allows you to easily provide a back end to applications for storing...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    500 and Other Errors in Azure Deployments

    • 0 Comments
    So you’ve been working feverishly on your Windows Azure application, all your testing and debugging in the Windows Azure development fabric (aka Windows Azure Emulator) is complete, life is good! You deploy your application to your Windows Azure...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Creating a Quick Progress Visual like UpdateProgress

    On Thursday, we’re going to go live with our RockPaperAzure coding challenge – and it’s time to brain dump on some of the lessons learned while building out the solution – some small (like this one), some large. When developing the RPA website, I chose...
  • US ISV Evangelism

    Getting Acquainted with Node.js on Windows Azure

    • 0 Comments

    node.jsNode.js at its root is a command line tool that lets developers run JavaScript programs by typing node my_app.js.

    Node provides a JavaScript application programming interface (API) for accessing the network and file system. It works well to develop scalable networked programs where low response times and high concurrency are important.

    As with any technology, it’s good to understand where the technology has strengths and where it shines.

    ...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Azure@home Part 13: Remote Desktop Configuration

    • 3 Comments
    This post is part of a series diving into the implementation of the @home With Windows Azure project, which formed the basis of a webcast series by Developer Evangelists Brian Hitney and Jim O’Neil.  Be sure to read the introductory post for the...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Azure@home Part 6: Synchronous Table Storage Pagination

    • 0 Comments
    This post is part of a series diving into the implementation of the @home With Windows Azure project, which formed the basis of a webcast series by Developer Evangelists Brian Hitney and Jim O’Neil.  Be sure to read the introductory post for the...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Creating a Great Mashup using Windows Azure

    This post details features used by Earthquake Explorer , a Windows 8 app that displays earthquake information on Bing maps. Earthquake Explorer was based off of the Earthquakes mashup starter kit on github . Creating a mashup is pretty easy in Windows...
  • US ISV Evangelism

    Windows Azure Security Best Practices – Part 5: Claims-Based Identity, Single Sign On

    • 0 Comments

    Windows Identity Foundation logoClaims-based identity is a simple but powerful way of handling identity and access for your web sites and web services, whether you work on-premises or you are targeting the cloud. You can create more secure applications by reducing custom implementations and using a single simplified identity model based on claims.

    Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) is a set of .NET Framework classes. It is a framework for implementing claims-based identity in your applications.

    ...
Page 3 of 29 (284 items) 12345»