Today I’ll show how you can check internetstatus in your app. The sample is also perfekt to create your own networkstatus control. With this post I’ll show you the “HOW TO…”
Today let’s have a look how we can store a photo into an azure database with windows azure mobile services “quick and dirty”
New year, new blog Happy new year 2013! Tomorrow my vacation ends, so I have some time today to blog some short informations about Windows 8 – Sideloading / App rollout.
Today we’ll implement a simple “Windows 8 Store App – SharePoint List reader” with OData.
Today I wanna share some details about company app roll out. In this post I want to share some links with you.
Aftere my last post, we have a well working Windows 8 App with a small Microsoft Azure integration for storing the data in the cloud. Today we’ll add user authentification.
Let’s have a look on Windows 8 and the Azure Mobile Services (Preview) integration. In Part I I’ll post how we can create a Azure Mobile Service and integrate it into a Windows 8 App.
Today let’s have a look at Windows Phone 8 and how apps can be deployed to the devices. We have two ways how we can deploy apps: Store (Marketplace) enrollment Company (IT) enrollment
Many organizations want to directly control and manage access to their internal LOB apps. It’s also necessary to find a way for rolling out the app binaries to the clients. In this post, let’s have a look how it works.
Today let’s have a look into Windows RT/Windows Phone 8 security options. Hard Facts “Enterprise Features Windows RT / Windows Phone 8″ Device encryption: To help keep everything from documents to passwords safe, Windows Phone 8 includes built-in technology to encrypt the entire device, including the operating system and data files. Better security: Windows Phone 8 supports the United Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) secure boot protocol and features improved app “sandboxing,” so the phone is [...]