Learn about the benefits of Azure Mobile Services' offline data sync and its components and commands.
- [Instructor] Offline data sync enables the user…of your mobile app to use the app…even when a data connection is unavailable.…Changes and additions are stored…in the local store of the device.…When a data connection is available,…the app will then sync data to and from that device.…There are several benefits to using the offline data sync…in your Azure Mobile Apps.…These benefits include,…obviously, a data connection is not required…for your app to run.…Offline data sync will also allow you…to sync across multiple devices.…
This improves the performance of the app itself…because it doesn't always have to go out…to fetch information.…And finally, you can limit network use…on metered connections.…There are three components required…for the offline data sync,…and these include a sync table,…which syncs will the local store,…the local store, which holds the data on the local device,…and finally, the sync context,…which tracks the changes made to the sync tables.…Now let's quickly look at the workflow.…
First we have a push command,…
Learn the intermediate-level skills needed to design Azure web and mobile apps for any organization, using the Azure Web Apps and Mobile Apps services. Instructor Sharon Bennett, a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert, covers securing mobile and web apps with Azure Active Directory, creating WebJobs to script tasks such as queue processing and file maintenance, and extending mobile apps with custom code. Plus, learn how to update, back up, and restore your Azure apps.
As an intermediate-level course, an existing understanding of the Azure platform is required. After completing the training, IT professionals will also be better prepared for Azure certification.
- Create Azure web apps
- Create WebJobs
- Using Traffic Manager
- Adding a CDN to web apps
- Updating, backing up, and restoring Azure Web Apps
- Deploying Azure mobile apps