IWP63 | Easily Adding Auth and Push to your WP App with Windows Azure Mobile Services

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This week, Matthias gave us a quick introduction to Windows Azure Mobile Services (WAMS) for Windows Phone Developers.

Lots of folks we talk to find the prospect of building a server component to their Windows Phone app a bit daunting, but Azure Mobile Services opens up a whole new universe of possibilities in terms of the experiences you deliver to your customers: Data Storage, Authentication, and Push Notifications.

In this video, Matthias provides some more depth on adding Authentication and Push Notifications for Windows Phone apps. In many ways, this is an extension of the demo that Nick Harris performed in the video Windows Phone - Getting Started With Windows Azure Mobile Services.

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    Great... Thank You...

    This really helped....

    One question... How do you consider Mobile service in terms of performance (scalability not only in terms of User base or service requests but also in terms of data operations)?

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