Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Implementing Mobile Services tables, part of Building Windows Phone 8 Apps with Azure.
…Okay.…So, now we're going to go ahead and…connect up to Windows Azure mobile services storage.…And we begin by modifying our note model,…just as we did for Windows Azure Table Storage.…But we're going to change it in a couple of different ways.…So let's begin by opening up note model.…Now, before we can access Windows Azure mobile storage, we need…to go ahead and get a Windows Azure mobile service client.…Se we're going to come out to App.xml, and we're going to…go ahead and create a public static here…that gets initialized when the app gets started.…
So we'll do it this way, public static MobileServiceClient and we'll name…it the same as the service, dreamtimers_w4p2Client.…Equals new mobile services client and you pass…in two things to a mobile services client constructor.…Two strings. The first is the URL of the service.…and the second is the key.…So we're going to come back to our Windows Azure management portal.…W're going to select are service and wer're…going to come down here to manage keys.…We're going to retrieve the key. We're going to copy it.…
- 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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