At TechEd New Zealand, I presented a session on how to integrate a company’s backend systems into SQL Server 2014 and deliver that data out to mobile devices via Web APIs to support the operations of occasionally-connected apps on mobile devices using NoSQL tables.
At TechEd New Zealand, I presented a session on Microsoft’s next generation data sync technology from Azure Mobile Services that uses SQLite to support the operations of occasionally-connected apps on mobile devices. Most mobile apps require the ability to store data locally
From his blog post, Björn Axéll walks through the improvements to Intune as a result of applying Cumulative Update 2 to System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2. Learn more at: http://blog.advisec.com/?p=694
For those of you who couldn’t make it to San Francisco, here’s my session on Wrapping a Mobile API around your Enterprise and taking Data Offline with NoSQL on Windows Phones and Tablets from //build/ 2014. Enterprise mobility is a top
With FIPS 140-2 certification, Windows Phone 8 now meets the security requirements of the United States and Canadian governments meaning it’s secure enough to be used by federal agencies and the military. This also means Windows Phone 8 is more than secure
Just installed Foursquare for Windows 8x on my Surface. It’s a truly beautiful, immersive app. Go Check it out on the Windows Store. – Rob
SQLite WinRT allows Windows and Windows Phone developers to create and manipulate database objects through the SQLite Data Definition Language (DDL). SQLite supports DDL statements including CREATE, ALTER, and DROP to work with objects like Tables, Indexes, Triggers, and Views. This is
SQLite WinRT empowers Windows and Windows Phone developers to build mobile enterprise apps using Windows Runtime (WinRT) APIs to work with the world’s most popular mobile database. SQLite advantages include cross-platform (OS + Processor) support, speed, ACID reliability, and support