His first post in the series, How to provide cloud-based, JSON data to Windows 8 Metro Grid Applications, provides the architecture and the concepts of how applications.
Bruno show how you can connect a REST-based load balanced service to the Windows 8 client. He begins by building the Web Service in Visual Studio 2010 and the client application in Visual Studio 2012 on Windows 8. He shows how to build the Grid application that provides the data for the grid, groups, and detail pages.
Watch for this and other posts on Bruno’s Azure Architecture and Development Blog.
Bruce D. Kyle
Technical Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation