Azure Mobile Service is now App Service, please follow the updated tutorial for App Services for Unity3d instead. Unity game developers looking to publish their games on Windows Store might want to add global/local high-score leaderboards, record user achievements and level progress. For example the ability to save level progress is usually important as users tend to own more than one device and won’t really like the idea of starting over again. With Azure Mobile Services it’s really easy to setup a cloud backend for apps so why not use an Azure Mobile Service to provide a backend for your...


If you’ve developed an app you might want to make a promo video showing your app working across devices or multiple screens. Of course you can record an iOS Simulator, Android Virtual Device, or WindowsPhone emulator easy enough using a screen recording tool like Camtasia but it’s often a bit tricker to record real footage from the device hardware. Also it might be necessary to demonstrate app functionality not supported by a simulator. Recording simulator window using Custom Region recording in Camtasia. Windows Phone 8.1 already comes with the screen projection functionality built-in. This makes Windows the easiest platform to...


When you need a breakout from work here are 10 fun mini games to play on your Windows device. Touch Surface recommended! ;) Reckless Racing Ultimate Top down mini car racing game featuring offroad and race track competitions. A must have game! Get it! Zombie HQ Top down shooter with zombies, guns, swords and grenades = super addictive gameplay! Get it! Rayman Jungle Run Gorgeous animated 2D platform game on rails. Split second reaction timing is key! Get it! Where’s my Water Beautiful puzzle game with fluid dynamics and chemical reactions! Get it! Spectra Arcade space racer with retro music....


Azure Mobile Services is deprecated, please migrate to Azure App Service. Tutorial requirements: Android Studio Microsoft Azure account — start a free Azure trial Google developer account First install Google Play Services package in the Android SDK Manager. NB: If using an Android Virtual Device then ensure your Target is set to Google APIs to allow Push Notifications to work. Create a new project in Google Developers Console. Turn on Google Cloud Messaging for Android. Create a new Public API access key. Create a new Server key. Copy the public API key Paste API key into Mobile Service’s Push >...


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