Niner since 2011
thanks M A will rectify
Be sure to checkout the new template for Mobile Services .NET back ends in Visual Studio as demonstrated here http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2014/3-623
Hi exgrip - try this as a starting point http://chrisrisner.com/Custom-Authentication-with-Azure-Mobile-Services-and-PikShare
The fuzzy screen would be network/bandwith related w/ adaptive streaming. You can download the source high quality video here http://media.ch9.ms/ch9/9ed2/a65c2919-0718-459a-8ffb-65b9d9909ed2/CloudCover127WindowsAzureScheduler_Source.wmv
@all - thanks guys we appreciate the kind comments!
@wade - lol with a bit of practice you will be able to build a wooden pencil box
all great feedback! I would recommend that you vote for these features on our Mobile Services User Voice feature requests forum http://mobileservices.uservoice.com/forums/182281-feature-requests
Currently you can only perform the linked server operation on your on prem db to link to an Azure SQL Database as demonstrated in the video.
If you really need the scenario you described the approach would be to use a SQL VMs in Azure
Hi all, Thanks for the questions - please move your messages to our forum here http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/azuremobile/threads as we have a team dedicated to answering them there and others will be able to find them in the future too.
@Henri - the Mobile Services Client SDK is a WinMD assembly which means it can also be used from your Windows Store apps written in VB .NET
Thanks all - I am glad you enjoyed the session and will ensure future TechEd sessions I give include similar levels of code
@AbuHelweh - yep pretty sure I am not from the UK
I have the source for this demo available here - http://www.nickharris.net/2012/06/building-connected-windows-8-apps-with-windows-azure/ note that you will need to provide your own sql + storage account keys or use the storage emulator and sql express