OData SDK and Dallas CTP2 for creating compelling user experiences, powered by Microsoft Cloud Tech

To enable developers to build immersive, cross-platform Web and mobile applications that use data delivered from the cloud, Microsoft “OData” SDK an HTTP and Atom-based approach to data portability, for a number of languages and platforms including .NET, Java, PHP, Objective-C (iPhone and Mac) and JavaScript.Microsoft also announced code-named “Dallas” CTP2, an information marketplace powered […]

To enable developers to build immersive, cross-platform Web and mobile applications that use data delivered from the cloud, Microsoft “OData” SDK an HTTP and Atom-based approach to data portability, for a number of languages and platforms including .NET, Java, PHP, Objective-C (iPhone and Mac) and JavaScript.

Microsoft also announced code-named “Dallas” CTP2, an information marketplace powered by Windows Azure platform, which provides developers with access to third-party datasets that can be consumed by Web and mobile apps. By making content and data available with an OData feed via “Dallas,” developers can access and monetize their data under their terms and pricing, which can be can built into apps to deliver unique user experiences. Today, developers can take advantage of more than 30 datasets from content providers, including NAVTEQ, Pitney Bowes Business Insight, Weather Central and Zillow.com, available on “Dallas” information marketplace.

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