A unified user interface system across all popular mobile device platforms, built on the rock-solid jQuery and jQuery UI foundation. Its lightweight code is built with progressive enhancement, and has a flexible, easily themeable design.
NOTE: This package is maintained on behalf of the library...
This library provides features for creating Windows and Xamarin mobile apps that connect to Azure Mobile Apps. Azure Mobile Apps allows you to develop an app with a scalable backed hosted in Azure App Service, with support for mobile authentication, offline sync, and push notifications. To learn...
This library provides features for creating offline sync-enabled Windows and Xamarin mobile apps that connect to Azure Mobile Apps. It provides an implementation of a local store based on SQLite. To learn more about Azure Mobile, go to http://azure.microsoft.com/mobile.
This client library enables client applications to connect to Windows Azure Mobile Services. Mobile Services allows you to develop an app with a scalable and secure backend hosted in Windows Azure. You can incorporate structured storage, user authentication and push notifications in minutes. For...
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Request.Browser properties will be populated with data from 51Degrees Lite Device Data. Other features
include automatic image optimisation, monitoring of network conditions and client side feature detection.
This package is part of the Azure Mobile .NET Server SDK and provides the default Azure Mobile homepage at the root of your site. To learn more about Azure Mobile, go to http://azure.microsoft.com/mobile.
The official ASP.NET API for WURFL. WURFL is a data repository containing the descriptions of tens of thousands of mobile devices.
As of version 22.214.171.124, the AGPL-licensed evaluation version of the library has been discontinued. Updated versions of the WURFL .NET API are available from...
This package is part of the Azure Mobile .NET Server SDK and contains the Web API Controller you need to serve data to legacy Web browsers from your .NET mobile app. To learn more about Azure Mobile, go to http://azure.microsoft.com/mobile.