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Android and iOS Mobile Device Development with Azure Mobile Services using HTML5 and JavaScript

, 10 May 2013 CPOL
Tutorial showing how to build an iOS or Android app using Azure Mobile Services with HTML5 and JavaScript in Visual Studio.

Microsoft Visual Studio Solution File, Format Version 12.00
# Visual Studio 2012
Project("{4B160523-D178-4405-B438-79FB67C8D499}") = "AMSSampleApp", "AMSSampleApp\AMSSampleApp.nomadproj", "{99999999-9999-9999-9999-999999999999}"
EndProject
Global
	GlobalSection(SolutionConfigurationPlatforms) = preSolution
		Debug|x86 = Debug|x86
		Release|x86 = Release|x86
	EndGlobalSection
	GlobalSection(ProjectConfigurationPlatforms) = postSolution
		{99999999-9999-9999-9999-999999999999}.Debug|x86.ActiveCfg = Debug|x86
		{99999999-9999-9999-9999-999999999999}.Debug|x86.Build.0 = Debug|x86
		{99999999-9999-9999-9999-999999999999}.Release|x86.ActiveCfg = Release|x86
		{99999999-9999-9999-9999-999999999999}.Release|x86.Build.0 = Release|x86
	EndGlobalSection
	GlobalSection(SolutionProperties) = preSolution
		HideSolutionNode = FALSE
	EndGlobalSection
EndGlobal

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