Powerful Mobile Apps with Mobile Services and ASP.NET Web API

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Whether you’re building iOS, Android, or Windows Phone apps, you need an API in the cloud. Come and see how ASP.NET Web API, Visual Studio and Mobile Services come together as a great way to build, run, debug, and host your APIs. Learn how the new .NET support in Mobile Services augments your Web API with mobile capabilities such as auth, push notifications, client libraries, and offline connectivity. Hear how Mobile Services provides turn-key access to heterogeneous data sources, whether it is SQL or Table Storage, or Mongo, whether it is in the cloud or on-prem. Publish your API, and Mobile Services will take the burden of managing and monitoring your API from your shoulders.

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    Pieter

    What's the base class for a Table Storage backed model entity?

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    Ramesh Swamy

    Hi

    Where can i get the sample code used in the presentation from?

    thanks
    ramesh

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    scott

    Hello,
    Yes would really appreciate the sample code for the project shown as interested in offline capabilities
    Cheers
    Scott

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    Christian​Nagel

    Pieter, the base class for Table Store entities is StorageData. The class for the DomainManager is StorageDomainManager.

    Hope this helps.

    Christian

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