This is another post about Custom Authentication in Azure Mobile Services [https://martinnormark.com/how-to-do-custom-login-in-azure-mobile-services/]. Recently I also wrote about how the get the user logged in (owner of the auth token) [https://martinnormark.com/getting-logged-in-api-user-in-azure-mobile-service/] and all the code is available in my "Bootstrap Azure Mobile Services" [https://martinnormark.
Last week I published ZuMo.API [https://martinnormark.com/introducing-zumo-api-a-bootstrapper-for-windows-azure-mobile-services/] to GitHub [https://github.com/martinnormark/ZuMo.API] which is a simple Windows Azure Mobile Service (using the .Net backend) that includes Custom Authentication instead of solely relying on Active Directory or login via Twitter, Facebook, Google or Microsoft. Today
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/64542070@N00/2978778160/] So I just got home from work, and fired up my browser to check out the latest news from this year’s Microsoft PDC [http://www.microsoftpdc.com/], by live streaming, and following the live blogging session [http://www.istartedsomething.com/20081028/