In case you missed, last week the Windows Azure Mobile Services shipped support for HTML clients. Here’s a recap.
- Turn-key structured storage for your HTML5/JS applications
- Authentication using common popular social identity providers such as Microsoft Account, Facebook, Twitter and Google
- Scheduled scripts for performing periodic tasks in the background
- Server script for push Notifications to native Windows Store, Windows Phone, iOS and Android apps
- Partner services from the Windows Azure Store including SendGrid for email, Twillio for text/SMS and pusher for push to browser based clients
Besides enable this great features, the team has created HTML client tutorials for the following scenarios on the Mobile Services developer center:
Why don’t you take it for a spin. Visit WindowsAzure.com and build your first HTML app using Mobile Services using the HTML Quick Start project in the Windows Azure portal.