Microsoft Azure Mobile Services

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

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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 created Mobile Service.

Get started with 10 Mobile Services for FREE and try this scenario using the step-by-step tutorial.

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    The Discussion

    • Jeff Andrews

      I have tried playing this video on a PC, a Mac, and downloading multiple versions of it. None of them have had anything but a whisper-level for audio. Can anyone else hear the presenter?

    • chrisrisner

      Sorry for the issues with the audio.  I'll be releasing a new version with much better audio soon.

    • JoshRoss

      Still broken.

    • Shmuel

      Greate post , thank you
      Sam

    • Satinder

      Is it only for Mac ...

    • chrisrisner

      @JoshRoss:I'm still waiting for the new version to be uploaded.

      @Satinder:  this video focuses on using Mobile Services for iOS apps.  There are a number of other videos in the series which focus on Windows Store apps and we'll be adding more videos over time. 

    • mark

      Bah, I'll stick with Lynda.com

    • Liz

      It is taking forever to load up. I wonder if it is my lan connection or what.

    • Isaac

      better audio please

    • chrisrisner

      The new version is up and the audio should be much better.

    • Mike

      Chris, you mumble very fast. Please, if you must race through the presentation, talk...to...the...audience...not...to...yourself.

    • Tomas

      Very cool. Funny how you start up logging into Windows Azure, running Chrome on Mac OSX. Way to go Microsoft, really looking forward to creating some test apps using this arrangement.

    • Francesco

      Please, do not race through the presentation, it was quite difficult to follow.

    • Sinjin

      Go to techsmith.com and watch just a few of the tutorials about creating screencasts in Camtasia. YOu don't have to use camtasia but for goodness sake learn from the experts. I really want to learn this and unfortunately you go TOO FAST. If you think you're dragging, you are going at about the right pace. Compare the pace of their dialog to yours.

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