Registration for Cloud Pro PT next meeting is open.
Check out the awesome agenda:
18:30 – Welcome – Snacks
19:00 – Service Fabric – The Magic Happens Here – Luís Rato
20:00 – Break
20:15 – Networking & Virtual Machines – Vitor Tomaz
21:15 – Acknowledgment
You are all invited to join us after the meeting and have dinner.
I’m proud to announce that I was selected to present a session at Collab 365 Global Conference 2016. This is a global online conference delivering sessions about SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure on the 19th-20th October. And it’s free. Register here.
In my session I will talk about event driven applications with Azure Functions, it will cover triggers and webhooks that Azure Functions provide. It will also have a look at various integrations and at last, it will check the scaling and costs.
See you there
Logging in with Google, Microsoft and Facebook SDKs to Azure Mobile Services
“One of the values that Azure Mobile Services provides is an easy way to implement authentication for mobile applications, via a very simple API – call a login function (or equivalent) on the client object in any of the supported platforms, and your user gets presented with a simple web-based interface that allows them to log in to your mobile service. This is what we call a server-side authentication flow, where the service guides the client to the provider (via redirections in the web page) and then back to itself.”
Azure Service Bus – ‘NamespaceType’ default value change
“Recently we announced that we are splitting the user experience between Service Bus and Notification Hubs to enable a better experience for Notification Hubs.”
Rich Push with Notification Hubs in iOS 8
“In order to engage users with instant rich content, applications often push notifications beyond just plain text. These notifications can contain urls, images, sounds, and more. “
Better support for paging with Table Storage in Azure Mobile Services .NET backend
“When we released the .NET backend for Azure Mobile Services, we provided support to store data in Azure Table Storage and MongoDB databases (in addition to the SQL Azure storage which has been used since the first version of the service).”