In the last months, I have been working with Azure Mobile Services, where my focus was create .Net BackEnd for IOS and Android Developers. For different reason I searched for the right article for each subject or problem and saved it as a curation for share and use later.
Here are the resources focused in each platform
- Azure Mobile Service for client apps – IOS Developers (Native)
- Azure Mobile Service for client apps – Android Developers (Native)
- Azure Mobile Service for client apps – Xamarin Developers
- Azure Mobile Service for client apps – Windows Developers
Note: in some cases is need to select if we want a .Net or a JS BackEnd.
and is possible to use the start point Azure Mobile Services for Client Apps which contains all references defined above.
Enjoy it! 🙂
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[Update: January 2015] Please see this sample: saramgsilva.github.io/NotificationHubs
Today I did a presentation in Microsoft Developer Tech Refresh, in Microsoft Portugal. And the presentation was about Mobile Push Notifications to any device with Azure Notification Hubs.
While I prepared all my things for this presentation I saved all interesting and recent resources about this subject. I hope that can be useful for all that want to learn how to use Notification Hubs.
1. The first thing you should read:
2. For register devices in Notification Hubs, there are samples for each platform:
3. For register devices using any backend, there are two samples: using WebApi or Azure Mobile Services.
Using Azure Mobile Services:
Others about this subject:
4. Movies in Channel 9:
6. Guys on twitter:
Soon as I can I will publish my presentation and the demos I used/created.