What’s new in Azure Mobile Services 1.6.4392

These are the new features enabled this week: Enhanced users feature [preview] Table and custom API scripts can now receive more details about logged in users directly from the identities object (instead of having to talk to the authentication providers REST APIs). Check out this blog post for more information on this feature. As usual,…

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What’s new in Azure Mobile Services SDK 1.1.1

These are the major highlights for 1.1.1 SDK: iOS SDK: – Now has built in support for retrieving the system property columns on tables (__updatedAt, __createdAt, and __version). These can be retrieved using the new systemProperties property on the table: MSTable *todoItem = [self.client tableWithName:@”todoItem”]; todoItem.systemProperties = MSSystemPropertyAll;…[item objectForKey:MSSystemColumnCreatedAt]; – We also now support optimistic concurrency, which you will…


Operation Logs

Operation Logs is a Windows Azure Management portal feature which allows you to view historical logs of all Create/Update/Delete (CUD) operations performed on your Azure services. We recently enabled this very helpful feature for Azure Mobile Services which allow you to go back in time up to as much as 90 days to view what…

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Add Column

With the latest update, you can now add columns to your tables through the portal.  To add a column to an existing table: – Select your mobile service, and navigate to the data tab – Select one of your tables and go to the columns tab – You will have a new button “Add Column”…


What’s new in Azure Mobile Services 1.6.4247

These are the new features enabled this week: New table format: string id, system properties, conditional retrieval / updates. Check out this post with more information on those changes, and this tutorial for handling database write conflicts. Add new columns to a table directly from the portal Instead of having to submit a request and…

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Welcome to the Windows Azure Mobile Services team blog!

Since Mobile Services preview in late August last year, we have greatly appreciated the overwhelming response from and interaction with the developer community. Many team members have benefited from your feedback on their blogs so we decided to extend it to a team blog. Here, we hope to give you quick updates on new features…