Epic Saga Final Chapter: Success!! or How to Upload Images to Azure From a Cordova App

This post is the eights post in the series: Uploading Images from PhoneGap/Cordova to Azure Storage using Mobile Services As promised, I am finally able to share with you all, loyal readers, the glorious, successful conclusion to my epic saga, wherein I am actually able to upload images from my Cordova/PhoneGap app to the Azure…

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Epic Saga Chapter 5: Wherein I learn to Hate the Android Emulator

This post is the fifth post in the series: Uploading Images from PhoneGap/Cordova to Azure Storage using Mobile Services In the previous chapter of my epic saga to create a Cordova app that uploads binary images files directly to Azure Blob storage, I installed the Multi-Device Hybrid Apps extension for Visual Studio and was excited…

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Epic Saga Chapter 2: Wherein I try to use an XMLHttpRequest in a Cordova app on my Windows Phone

This post is the second post in the series: Uploading Images from PhoneGap/Cordova to Azure Storage using Mobile Services The previous chapter of this saga ended just as I realized that the super-convenient-and-easy-to-use FileTransfer plugin would not enable me to upload raw binary data to my Azure Blob storage service—multipart/form-data only. With great sadness at…

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Epic Saga: Uploading Images from PhoneGap/Cordova to Azure Storage using Mobile Services

– or – If You Want to Create a Cordova App and All You Have is a Windows Phone Device…Good Luck I set out on a simple journey…only a three-hour tour (a three-hour tour). My plan was to create a PhoneGap/Cordova version of the popular tutorial Upload images to Azure Storage by using Azure Mobile…

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New Samples and Videos Featured for Mobile Services

I just wanted to take a few minutes to share some exciting new videos and samples-related activity for Mobile Services—particularly for Windows Store apps. (You can find even more details at http://www.nickharris.net/2013/01/new-windows-azure-mobile-services-getting-started-content/). New WindowsAzure.com Resources Mobile Services guru Nick Harris has been busy adding value to Mobile Services content and samples, including creating videos for…

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Windows Azure Storage: SQL Database versus Table Storage

I wrote an article for Windows Azure a while back called Guidance for OData in Windows Azure, where I described options for hosting OData services in Windows Azure. The easiest way to do this is to create a hosted WCF Data Service in Windows Azure that uses EF to access a SQL Database instance as…

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Some Resources for OData and Azure

With the rapidly growing popularity of the Windows Azure Platform and Microsoft’s Cloud Services offerings, I thought it a good idea to put up a quick post about where you can find out about publishing OData services to the Azure cloud, especially since it’s so easy to do with the Windows Azure Tools for Visual…

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