Past Meetup

Surfing the cloud with Azure Mobile Apps

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Hi,

We're opening 2016 along with our friends from the Israeli .NET Developer User Group with a joint session devoted to Azure Mobile Apps.
Please note that while you're most welcome to RSVP on this meetup to receive updates, in order to attend you should register on the event page as well -
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/january-2016-meeting-israel-dot-net-developers-user-group-idndug-tickets-20099636554
Hope to see you there!

Azure Mobile Services since its origins has been a great service to use in your applications providing many needed features that are a require for any modern application. With the consolidations of the rest of the services under the umbrella of the new Azure App services we are going to review all the features that makes this service awesome:

• Data storage
• REST API (code demo C# and Javascript clients
• Node js service – code demo
• Authentication – Demo authenticating with Azure Active Directory
• Push Notification – Code and demo
• Other features – Scheduler, Offline, Periodic updates
• The new Web App – introduction
• Mobile Engagements - introduction

Agenda

17:30 - 18:00 Assembly
18:00 - 19:00 Azure Mobile Apps - Part I
19:00 - 19:15 Break
19:15 – 20:00 Azure Mobile Apps - Part II

About the speaker: Uzi Ronen

Software engineer in Microsoft in the Partner Catalyst team,helping partners and customers with modern technological solutions from the new technological landscape.
Formerly – Architect and consultant of Azure solutions in Microsoft MCS Israel group. Developer lead in Matrix.

Arrival & Parking

RSVP'd attendees can park at Microsoft's free guest parking lot inside the building. Note that each guest should supply his name in Hebrew, car license plate number and cellular phone number upon RSVP in order to use the guest parking lot.

Others can park in a paid parking lot next to the building.

Public transportation is also available with buses arriving to the Ra'anana Junction which is in walking distance.