Microsoft Provides Windows 8 Developers with Mobile Cloud Services

Designed to provide Windows Azure Mobile Services, without a huge learning curve, Microsoft introduced new tools. Microsoft clearly acknowledged that many mobile app developers may not have the time or the inclination to learn how to create and use cloud-based backend services. The first public preview of Windows Azure Mobile Services is designed to provide an on-ramp for Windows 8 developers who want to build connected applications without a steep learning curve. Read the details here.



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