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Join your guide Cory Fowler as he talks to the product teams in Redmond as well as the web community. This week Cory is joined by Craig Kitterman one of the 4 Microsoft Employees behind the Social Media Polling app Straw. Straw takes advantage of a huge amount of the Microsoft Stack including: C#,…
In this 3-minute demo, Omar Shahine from the OneDrive engineering team highlights updates to OneDrive for Business mobile experiences on iOS and Android - from contextual controls and PDF annotation in iOS to offline file support in Android.
In Part One we looked at getting up and running using Web Tiles and building a quick demo for a Windows Phone. In this episode we now look at setting up our computer to develop for the Band and well as building an Android application. Development setup for WindowsDevelopment setup for MacBuilding a…
In the beginning we will make on overview of Azure Mobile Services, their main blocks and scenarios of using them. Then we will touch the topic of cross platform development using Azure Mobile Services. We will talk what instruments can be used for that and in what cases in makes sense to use them.…
In this module we will deep dive into mobile backend development in Azure mobile services. We will see how to work with the code locally and deploy application using Git repository. We will demonstrate how the quality of local application development is different from the development using portal.
In this module we will show how to develop mobile cross platform app using PhoneGap with Azure mobile services. This module will be more focused on mobile development using PhoneGap and will touch such standard topics such as working with the data (read, add new, change existing), user…
In this module we will show how to develop your Android application using Azure mobile services. It will be more focused on Android mobile development and touch such topics as working with the data, authentication using 3rd party ID providers, etc
This is the final module we will focus on iOS development using Azure mobile services and as previous session it will be focused on mobile development aspects and standard topics such as working with the data, authentication using 3rd party ID providers, etc
The new Office 365 Admin app is available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. The update includes information-rich views of service health, and it lets you manage users, view message center news and keep track of open service tickets.