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Azure Mobile Services 1.3.0
Store data in the cloud, authenticate users, and send push notifications.
Add structured storage, authentication, push notifications and more to your Xamarin based mobile application in minutes using Microsoft Azure Mobile Services.
To get started, follow the tutorial for the appropriate platform:
To learn about more Mobile Services, visit the Microsoft Azure Mobile Developer Center.
When running on iOS, if you encounter a "Windows Azure Mobile Services assembly for the current platform was not found" error, make sure you call
Microsoft.WindowsAzure.MobileServices.CurrentPlatform.Init();in your iOS application.
If you encounter a CryptographicException using this component in Xamarin.Android projects, note that this only occurs when 'break on all errors' or the equivalent in Xamarin Studio is turned on. The exception occurs within the mono HTTPS infrastructure and is automatically caught and handled and will not impact your application.
New to version 1.3.0:
Added support for working with offline data. This support requires an implementation of IMobileServiceLocalStore. Today you can get a SQLite based implementation by using the Mobile Services SQLiteStore NuGet package available at: https://www.nuget.org/packages/WindowsAzure.MobileServices.SQLiteStore/
New to version 1.2.6:
Fixed an issue on Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android where UI popups occur during failed user authentication flows. These popups are now suppressed so that the developer can handle the error however they want.
New to version 1.2.5:
- Updated to use a modified build of Xamarin.Auth that will not conflict with any user-included version of Xamarin.Auth
New to version 1.2.4:
- Added support for following link headers returned from the .NET backend
- Added a MobileServiceConflictException to detect duplicate inserts
- Added support for datetimeoffsets in queries
- Added support for sending provider specific query string parameters in LoginAsync()
- Fixed an issue causing duplicate registrations in Xamarin.iOS against .NET backends