Using ASP.NET Web API to reach native mobile clients.
By Robert McMurray||Level 300 : Intermediate
Create a complete end-to-end scenario consisting of an ASP.NET Web API application that provides a catalog of books to a Windows Phone 8 application.
Get started using Azure Mobile Services with ASP.NET Web API. This tutorial shows how to create a Mobile Services app from the Azure Management Portal.
Use Visual Studio to create a Web API app hosted in Azure Mobile Services.
This tutorial shows how to authenticate users in Azure Mobile Services from your app.
Use Azure Mobile Services to send push notifications to a mobile device.
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