Mobile Apps & Sites with ASP.NET
Develop Mobile Apps
In the first part of a two-part article, the authors explore some of the issues involved in creating a cloud back end that aggregates and processes data and serves it to mobile clients.
In the second article in their series, the authors discuss how they use Xamarin to target multiple mobile client platforms, and show how to implement authentication and maintain a synchronized client-side cache of the data.
This end-to-end tutorial shows how to create an ASP.NET Web API application that provides data to a Windows Phone 8 application.
Get started using Azure Mobile Services with ASP.NET Web API. This tutorial shows how to create a Mobile Services app from the Azure Management Portal.
This tutorial shows how to authenticate users in Azure Mobile Services from your app.
Use Azure Mobile Services to send push notifications to a mobile device.
Develop Mobile Sites
This tutorial will teach you the basics of how to deploy an MVC 5 application to a Windows Azure web site and create mobile-friendly views using responsive Bootstrap design.
This How To describes various ways to serve pages optimized for mobile devices from your ASP.NET Web Forms / MVC application, and suggests architectural and design issues to consider when targeting a broad range of devices.
51degrees.mobi Foundation is a third-party open source project that enhances ASP.NET's Request.Browser API so you can easily detect recently-released mobile devices including Windows Phone 7, Android, and Apple iPad.
Links to device emulators and simulators that you can use to test your mobile web applications
In this talk presented at the Microsoft MIX conference, Scott Hanselman discusses how you can create mobile device friendly websites using ASP.NET MVC.
ComponentOne Studio for iPhone is a suite of ASP.NET controls that mimic the look and feel of the iPhone and iPod touch user interfaces when rendered in Mobile Safari.