Azure Mobile Services is deprecated, please migrate to Azure App Service. Tutorial requirements: Android Studio Microsoft Azure account — start a free Azure trial Twitter account This article builds on top of the previous tutorial where an Android Todo app was created with Azure Mobile Services. However most steps can be adapted for any Mobile Services Android app. Edit TodoItem table insert permissions to Only Authenticated Users. Create twitter app. Copy _Mobile Service URL* from Azure Mobile Service Dashboard Paste the Azure _Mobile Service URL* into Twitter app’s Website and Callback URL fields and save. Then in Settings tab tick...


Azure Mobile Services is deprecated, please migrate to Azure App Service. Tutorial requirements: Android Studio Microsoft Azure account — start a free Azure trial Create a new Mobile Service in Azure. _The wizard will take you through this process in a couple of steps. Once the mobile service is created it will only take a couple of minutes to start up before its ready to use.* Create Todo Table. Download Todo App. Extract the Eclipse project archive and Import Project in Android Studio. _The project may take a while to import while Gradle syncs the libraries.* Build and run! Add...


Azure Mobile Services is deprecated, please migrate to Azure App Service. These days it’s probably a good idea to have cloud backend for your apps. There are a greater number of connected devices in comparison to individuals, which means your apps may be expected to work as well as sync across multiple platforms as a rule. The number of connected devices is more than number of people since 2008. Source: Cisco This tutorial will show you how to create a cloud backend for an Android app, but the bigger picture would be the ability to roll this out to the...


This tutorial has been deprecated. Please check the wiki for setting up Wordpress with the new Azure App Service. It’s super simple to create your first Wordpress blog using Microsoft Azure Websites Gallery. Getting this all up and running is extremely fast. I’ve uploaded a short video and blog post showing how to setup up a Wordpress site in Azure in only a couple of minutes. But what if you want to create a second Wordpress Azure website while reusing your existing MySQL database from the first one? Initially when I load up the ‘*.azure-websites.net’ URL I just get a...


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