.NET Runtime for Azure Mobile Services – First Impressions

It’s been now about a month since the .NET runtime for Azure Mobile Services was released, but I haven’t seen a post comparing it with what we had before (a node.js runtime). I think that’s one good way to understand what the .NET backend gives, and what it lacks compared to the node.js runtime, and…

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Caching and handling expired tokens in Azure Mobile Services managed SDK

A while back my colleague Josh Twist had a great series of posts about Azure Mobile Services (or “Zumo”, as he called). This was when the service was in its infancy, and some things changed, but the content is still excellent. One of the topics was about caching authentication tokens, so that the application wouldn’t…

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