Using Windows Azure with Windows Phone 7, HTML5 and iPhone

Posted by: Nigel Parkers Outside Line, on 18 Jan 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Since the launch of Windows Phone 7 and while I was down at the iDev conference in Christchurch I am coming across more and more people that are looking for ways to create scalable backend services and sync solutions across a number of different client platforms. This got me thinking about what Windows Azure can potentially deliver to the solution. The first area that perked my interest is the CTP of sync framework 4. This framework enables synchronization of data stored in SQL Azure to a range...

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