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Functionality has been regularly added to the Windows Azure SDK for .NET as the Windows Azure platform and associated tools evolved, such as adding Windows Azure Cloud Service projects to any Web app project, ASP.NET MVC versions 3 and 4 project support and a better deployment experience.
This video provides demos and guidance on lighting up web experiences using SQL Azure, Microsoft’s suite of cloud database services. Using Visual Studio we’ll go through the steps to quickly architect cloud data-driven web user experiences in ASP.NET MVC3 that also scale for high volumes of users and data. Next, we’ll demonstrate how SQL Azure quickly and powerfully extends user experiences farther – spanning mobile devices, AJAX experiences with jQuery, and synchronized data with on-premises applications.
This video discusses some recent updates to the Windows Azure SDK and Tools. In particular, Scott Guthrie highlights new ways to easily create and publish applications directly from Visual Studio.
This article explains how to use several different Visual Studio project types to solve a real-world problem with a cloud-based, data-centric Web site.