New Azure Mobile Services SDK to Go With New Features…

If you have been developing apps with Windows Azure Mobile Services, then you know how easy it is to create a set of backend services for your Windows 8 (and, really any REST capable) clients!  Just last week an update was published that adds a number of features including:

  • iOS client SDK
  • New authentication methods (Facebook, Google, Twitter)
  • SendGrid and Twilio support
  • Access to Azure Storage
  • Service Bus
  • West US deployments

To take advantage of these latest features in your projects, you will need to update to the latest version of the SDK (v2.2).  You can download the SDKs (windows, iOS, and more to come) from the github repository (