Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Inserting data, part of Building Windows Phone 8 Apps with Azure.
…Now that we have a reference to the table, because we called createIfNotExistsAsync,…we need to figure out how to put some data into the table.…So the way you do that is you extend the data model class to implement TableEntity.…So when we get into our code, we're going to go to that…NoteModel class, an we're going to make it based on the TableEntity class.…The reason we base our class on the TableEntity…object is because it provides us the partition key.…And row key properties that are required for interacting with the table's API.…
Every time we update the object or construct…it, we need to make sure that we set…the partition key and the row key, because…they're required to interact with Windows Azure Table Storage.…We're going to add a parameter-less constructor, so that we can…create the object and use reflection to actually fill in its values.…And we're also…going to set the partition key in that constructor.…Because the partition key is required for every entity.…In our case, our partition keys are always going to be the same.…
- 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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