Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Accessing the Azure storage emulator, part of Building Windows Phone 8 Apps with Azure.
…Before we start updating, Plain Ole Notes for Windows phone, to use Windows Azure.…I'm going to show you a couple of things about accessing Windows…Azure using Visual Studio and we're going to explore one specific consideration.…We have to make for running Windows phone applications…either on a device, or in the Windows phone emulator.…And accessing the local windows azure storage emulator on your development box.…It's a little more complicated than when your developing dot net or windows…store apps, because you have to,…manually reconfigure the windows azure storage emulator.…
To make it visible, to an app that's not running on local host.…A k a your development box.…So to begin, the way you access your data inside Windows…Azure, from inside Visual Studio, is you use the Server Explorer.…The Server Explorer normally shows up over here…on the left hand side in a flyout tab.…If it's not visible, you can come up to the View menu and select Server Explorer.…So once you've got the server explorer open, you can…
- What is Windows Azure?
- Creating Azure tables
- Inserting, updating, and deleting data in tables
- Uploading a blob to Windows Azure storage
- Using shared access signatures
- Implementing mobile services
- Adding push notifications
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Overview of Windows Azure Services
2. Windows Phone Apps and Azure Tables
3. Windows Phone Apps and Azure Blobs
4. Windows Phone Apps and Azure Mobile Services
5. Windows Phone Apps and Azure Push Notifications
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