Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Cloud Notes app: Inserting data into the database, part of Building Windows Phone 8 Apps with Azure.
…All right, we've gone ahead and connected to Windows Azure.…We've configured the local Windows Azure storage emulator so…we can access it from a Windows Phone app.…Our next step is to modify the note model class…so that we're set up for inserting into a Windows Azure…storage table and then going ahead and modifying our create…new note method to actually do the insert into the table.…So, let's go ahead and open up the note model.…And we need to do a couple of things.…First of all, we need to create a couple of constructors.…Because if you remember in the discussion of Windows as Your…Storage, that our tables each have to have a partition key.…
And every row has to have a row key.…So, we're going to go ahead and create a empty parameter with constructor, and…we're going to set the partition key…equal to WA4WP and you're going to notice that partition key…is undefined, and that's because in order to be able…to insert a class into a windows as your storage…table, the class has to extend something called table entity.…
- 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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