As you may have already noticed, a couple of weeks ago Telerik announced its brand new BaaS called Everlive. In short: it’s our own approach to offloading you from thinking about where and how to store your mobile application’s data and simply concentrate on providing the best experience to your users still having a secure and scalable backend. As you may have also noticed, with Q2 2013 we announced a brand new suite of controls: Telerik Cloud Controls for Windows Phone. These controls are designed to combine the power of our already rocking RadControls for Windows Phone suite and the flexibility of Everlive. In other words, we want you to be able to build a connected and really functional apps without concerns about where and how to store data, user profiles; or how to manage push notifications and files.
After doing this, we decided to utilize our existing UI components and implement a smart integration layer between front- and backend so that all of the above cases are easily implementable with a few simple steps. And as a proof of concept, we designed a couple of real-life applications utilizing all components from the Telerik Cloud Controls for Windows Phone suite so that you can easily get started using them.
Tight integration with Everlive was our initial idea but we quickly realized that we should broaden our vision and consider other BaaS providers. As of now we partially support Azure Mobile Services in the context of the CloudDataSync component that enables you to automatically sync data across multiple devices. And we want to hear from you what other services would be of interest:
Azure Mobile Services
Just download the latest Telerik RadControls for Windows Phone release and make sure to browse through our online help:
Telerik Cloud Controls for Windows Phone Overview
Additionally, you may want to look for the WindowsPhone and Cloud keywords on our blogs:
We want to hear from you on this and expect you to be active on our dedicated forums. Let us know what you think and what do you want to see us doing:
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