Windows Azure Mobile Services lets the developers to use structured storage, user authentication and push notifications to Android, iOS, HTML, Windows Store, or Windows Phone 8 apps by leveraging the Windows Azure Cloud platform. Using with Windows Azure Mobile Services, you can enjoy the scalability power of Cloud to your Mobile apps. In this blog post, I will demonstrate how to persist data on Windows Azure Mobile Services Table from a ASP.NET Web API app by leveraging the Windows Azure Mobile Services REST API, and finally provides a generic type helper class for performing CRUD operations on the Windows Azure Mobile Services Table.
The Windows Azure Cloud Computing platform has been in the big news after the platform exceeded the annual revenue of $1 billion. Today, Microsoft has been released the Windows Azure SDK 2.0 for .NET update that lets the .NET developers to build Windows Azure apps from Visual Studio with an easy and more elegant manner. The new update provides the lot of improvements within Visual Studio, for developing, deploying and managing Windows Azure apps. You can download and install the Windows Azure SDK 2.0 for .NET from the Windows Azure .NET developer center. The Windows Azure SDK for .NET is a open source project hosted on GitHub.