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Mobile Services Client library for .NET

Updated: June 20, 2013

The Windows Azure Mobile Services SDK includes client libraries that enable both Windows Store and Windows Phone 8 app development using XAML and either C# or Visual Basic. This topic provides detailed information about using these client libraries.

If you are new to Mobile Services, you should consider first completing one or more of these Mobile Services tutorials:

  • Get started with Mobile Services (Windows Store/Windows Phone)

    Demonstrates how to use Mobile Services to easily create apps that use Windows Azure. You should complete this tutorial before you begin any of the other tutorials.

  • Get started with data (Windows Store/Windows Phone)

    Demonstrates how to add Mobile Services to enhance an existing app project.

  • Get started with authentication (Windows Store/Windows Phone)

    Demonstrates how to use Mobile Services to authenticate users.

  • Get started with push notifications (Windows Store/Windows Phone)

    Demonstrates how to use Mobile Services to send push notifications your apps.

These tutorials give you a quick view into the power and convenience of enabling your apps by using Mobile Services.

Note Note

The Mobile Services SDK also includes a JavaScript library that enables you to create equivalent Mobile Services-enabled apps for by using HTML and JavaScript. For more information, see Client library for JavaScript.

The .NET Framework client library for Mobile Services is implemented in the Microsoft.WindowsAzure.MobileServices namespace.

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