Azure App Service is new architecture that allows developers to build and publish Microservices to the Azure Platform. These can be used to build workflows, API's and mobile applications. This session will give an overview of all services and then focus on the integration between these services by showcasing an example implementation.
This session will discuss some of the recent advancements in #azure IaaS that have significantly widened the choices available to developers and IT Pros alike. Developers can remote debug an IaaS VM and run Windows and non-Windows workloads. IT Pros can take advantage of advanced networking features, use rich CLI tools and use a single pane of glass management across Azure and on-premises resources.
Windows 10 makes it easier than ever to develop apps for the Universal Windows Platform with just one API set and one app package to reach all Windows 10 devices – PCs, tablets, phones, and more. In this session, we will build a simple Windows 10 app from scratch and see how to design the app so it renders properly no matter what device is used to view it. We'll then add additional functionality to the app and see how to connect to Azure, add offline data access, design tiles (including secondary tiles and lock-screen apps), badges, and toast notifications, and work with maps, cameras and video.