Windows Azure Mobile Services provides an easy-to-use back-end, allowing mobile developers to store data in the cloud, easily authenticate users, and send push notifications to mobile devices. In this video, we’ll show you the new tooling for Mobile Services in Visual Studio 2013, and demonstrate how to use it to build connected Windows Store applications.
Join this session to learn about the best techniques to derive business insights using Microsoft BI tools connecting to the SAP ERP and SAP BI Platform. We outline best approaches to connect to the SAP business system including SAP ECC, CRM, Business Warehouse (BW) and SAP BI Platform using Microsoft Excel 2013 and SharePoint BI platform. We also talk about SAP Net weaver Gateway to consume all sorts of SAP-generated data via OData feeds. Fifty percent of the session will be live demos of Microsoft BI connecting the SAP system.
The new Universal Application project promises to reduce the amount of code you need to write, but does it reduce the amount of design work you have to do? In this demo-heavy session, XAML guru Nick Randolph explores the tooling available in Blend and the patterns you’d use to produce stunning Universal Applications with a minimum amount of work.
This session will introduce new features and roadmap for Visual Studio developers who want to deploy their Web, Mobile, and REST API applications to Azure App Service. We'll begin with the new provisioning experience and improved UI. We'll discuss the agility we've been able to achieve for one-off tooling experiences like the ASP.NET WebHooks tools and the API Management ingest tooling, built atop the Visual Studio Connected Service framework. We'll take a look at how Azure services like Redis Caching, Document DB, and Azure Storage can be used for infinite storage and performance capabilities. We'll take a look at the latest advances to Azure App Service like integrated CORS support and Swagger-based API Client generation, and use WebJobs to provide back-end processing power to your ASP.NET apps running in Azure.