Get Started with Data in Azure Mobile Services for Windows Store Apps

This sample supports the Get started with data tutorial, which shows you how to use Azure Mobile Services to leverage data in a Windows Store app. This is the starting point project before you modify the app to use Mobile Services for data storage.

 
 
 
 
 
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  • WPF
    2 Posts | Last post November 18, 2013
    • I tried using a windows 7 console application to talk to azure mobile services, when I attempt to read the table I end up the following error 
      Method not found: 'Newtonsoft.Json.Serialization.ITraceWriter Newtonsoft.Json.JsonSerializerSettings.get_TraceWriter()'.
      
      Any suggestions?
      Thanks
    • I have a console app running on Win8 with no problem. Please make sure that you are using the latest version of the Mobile Services client library in your projects. In NuGet, this is version 1.0.3 (which also requires JSON.net > 5.0.5): https://www.nuget.org/packages/WindowsAzure.MobileServices/ 
  • Javascript files
    2 Posts | Last post August 13, 2013
    • Is there any way to use the Azure tables in more than on JS file in one project? google maps API doesn't work in default.js so I need azure table to be in default.js and maps.js..
      
      
    • Courtney, is your question specific to Windows Azure Mobile Service storage or the Windows Azure Table Storage service?
  • When I try and use the NuGet package manager, missing references?
    1 Posts | Last post May 24, 2013
    • For some reason when I used the NuGet package manager I get reference errors with this project.  Not sure the root cause but the workaround is to rename the C# directory in the path to CSharp!
      
      HTH
  • error after update
    2 Posts | Last post December 16, 2012
    • after UpdateAsync I get error "Error: When specified in the body, 'id' must match the id specified in the url". Everything should be in place but no luck with that. Id in URL and object updated, is matching
    • You might have solved it, but I'll answer anyway.
      The property 'Id' of the item that you're trying to update must be 'int'. if the id is of some other type like string, the error occurs. Update the item's class so that id is of type int!
  • Photos?
    3 Posts | Last post December 10, 2012
    • Great sample (todo app) - is there a similar tutorial for using the picker to upload a photo to Azure, and then having a Windows 8 app display it?
    • This scenario is definitely on my short list of guidance, particularly since Mobile Services doesn't currently have any built-in support for storing BLOBs. I just haven't gotten time to work on this scenario yet.
    • Hi printmaker,
      
      you can check out my blog here that shows you how to capture the image and upload it to blob storage using a SAS - http://www.nickharris.net/2012/11/how-to-upload-an-image-to-windows-azure-storage-using-mobile-services/
      
      Kind Regards,
      Nick