Taking A Metro Ride On Windows 8 And Windows Azure

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With the upcoming release of Windows 8 and new interesting technologies like WinRT and Metro, it is time to check out the possibilities these bring in combination with Windows Azure.

We will work through an application using Windows Azure as a backend for data and processing. Somewhere in the cloud, a worker will be reading and processing information and storing it on storage. Once new information is available and stored, the notification services will inform the clients about it.

Using a nicely designed Metro client, this data will be visualized in a touch enabled app running on a Windows 8 tablet.

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  • Taking A Metro Ride On Windows 8 And Windows Azure

    1. 1. Square (1x1) Wide (2x1)
    2. 2. 1. Request Channel URI2. Register with your Cloud Service3. Authenticate & Push Notification
    3. 3. What a service needs to support How do I do that with Windows Azure? Channel URI RequestSecure, web based API for channel URIregistration. Windows Azure ComputeService Register with your CloudPersistent storage of channel URI. Authenticate & Push Notification • Web Role • Full IIS supportStorage for tile and toast images. • WCF REST and ASP.NET MVC Windows Azure Storage • Table Storage • Blob Storage
    4. 4. demo
    5. 5. http://manage.dev.live.co http://watwindows8.code http://manage.dev.live.com/build plex.com/ m/build
    6. 6. http://windows.microsoft.c http://www.asp.net/mvc/ http://www.microsoft.comom/nl-BE/windows- mvc4 /visualstudio/11/en-us8/release-preview

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