Videos

Using Windows Azure Mobile Services and Web Sites for a Mobile Contest — Part 2

Using Windows Azure Mobile Services and Web Sites for a Mobile Contest — Part 2

4 years ago
In this series, you’ll learn how to deliver a consistent experience across web and mobile using Windows Azure Web Sites and Windows Azure Mobile Services.  We’ll go through key aspects of an iOS app and website for a marketing contest.  In Part 2 of this video, we’ll cover using Windows Azure Web Sites to add […]
Using Windows Azure Mobile Services and Web Sites for a Mobile Contest — Part 1

Using Windows Azure Mobile Services and Web Sites for a Mobile Contest — Part 1

4 years ago
In this series, you’ll learn how to deliver a consistent experience across web and mobile using Windows Azure Web Sites and Windows Azure Mobile Services.  We’ll go through key aspects of an iOS app and website for a marketing contest.  In Part 1 of this video, we’ll cover using Mobile Services to create a shared […]
Getting Started with Xamarin and Windows Azure Mobile Services

Getting Started with Xamarin and Windows Azure Mobile Services

4 years ago
In this video, Craig Dunn, a Technical Evangelist at Xamarin, will teach you how to use Xamarin.iOS and Windows Azure Mobile Services to build a connected iOS application in C# rather than Objective-C.  Although this video features Xamarin.iOS, many of the principles hold true for Android development using Xamarin.Android. More tutorials, samples and our reference […]
WWDC 2013, Mavericks and Core Animation

WWDC 2013, Mavericks and Core Animation

4 years ago
My thoughts on the WWDC 2013 Keynote, new Mavericks features for developers as well as Core Animation tutorials. Twitter: twitter.com/LucasDerraugh GitHub: github.com/lucasderraugh
iOS – Signing up for Windows Azure and Creating a Mobile Service

iOS – Signing up for Windows Azure and Creating a Mobile Service

4 years ago
In this video Chris Risner walks you through signing up for Windows Azure and creating a Windows Azure Mobile Service.  Signing up for Windows Azure is a quick and painless process.  While completely free, the process does require a cell phone and credit card for identification purposes.  Get started with 10 Mobile Services for FREE.   Follow @chrisrisner
iOS – Add Push Notifications to your Apps with Windows Azure Mobile Services

iOS – Add Push Notifications to your Apps with Windows Azure Mobile Services

4 years ago
Windows Azure Mobile Services provides an easy to use API for sending notifications to your iOS apps.  In this video Chris Risner demonstrates step by step how you can add Push Notifications to send alerts, toasts and sound notifications to your app.  The demo includes:  Provisioning a Mobile Service  Registering your iOS app for push notifications with APNS and receiving an identification […]
iOS – Getting Started with Authentication in Windows Azure Mobile Services

iOS – Getting Started with Authentication in Windows Azure Mobile Services

4 years ago
Windows Azure Mobile Services enables authentication scenarios with popular social identity providers such as Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter.  In this video Chris Risner demonstrates how you can authenticate users of your iOS apps using their Twitter account and then how you can restrict access to insert/update/read and delete permissions on the tables within your Mobile service to authenticated users.   […]
iOS – Getting Started With Data – Connecting your app to Windows Azure Mobile Services

iOS – Getting Started With Data – Connecting your app to Windows Azure Mobile Services

4 years ago
Windows Azure Mobile Services enables you to store data from your iOS apps in the cloud within minutes.  In this video Chris Risner demonstrates how you can get started with structured storage within Mobile Services.  The demo includes taking a disconnected iOS app, creating a Mobile Service, and wiring up the app to insert, update, and […]
iOS – Creating your first app using the Windows Azure Mobile Services Quickstart

iOS – Creating your first app using the Windows Azure Mobile Services Quickstart

4 years ago
In this video Chris Risner demonstrates how you can create your first iOS application using Windows Azure Mobile Services.  The demo includes creating your first Mobile Service, downloading the quick start iOS app, running the app then exploring how the application uses the Mobile Services Client SDK to insert, update and query its data to/from the newly […]
iOS Support in Windows Azure Mobile Services

iOS Support in Windows Azure Mobile Services

4 years ago
The Windows Azure Mobile Services team are excited to announce full support for iOS developers with a number of improvements to the native, iOS Objective C SDK and perhaps most significantly, support for Push Notifications via APNS. To try mobile services for FREE and www.windowsazure.com – you’ll get 10 mobile services for free. For more information […]