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  1. SAC-863T Delivering notifications with the Windows Push Notification Service and Windows Azure Darren Louie, Nick Harris Program Manager, Technical Evangelist Microsoft Corporation

  2. Agenda • Review of Live Tiles. • A deeper look at using the Windows Push Notification Service. • Introduction to the Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8. You’ll leave with examples of how to • Enable push notifications for your service. • Build a push enabled service using Windows Azure.

  3. demo Live Tiles on Start

  4. Live Tiles with Push Notifications

  5. Windows Push Notification Service (WNS)

  6. Push Notification Overview Windows 8 Cloud Service Metro Style App Request Channel URI Register with your Cloud Service Authenticate &Push Notification 2 3 1 Notification Client Platform Windows Push Notification Service 3

  7. 1. Request a Channel URI Windows 8 • Each tile has a unique Channel URI. • Requested by App on each run. URI can change. • Generated by WNS • Opaque to the app. Cloud Service Metro Style App 2 3 1 Notification Client Platform Windows Push Notification Service 3

  8. 1. Request Channel URI varpush = Windows.Networking.PushNotifications; varpromise = push.PushNotificationChannelManager .createPushNotificationChannelForApplicationAsync(); https://db3.notify.windows.com/?token=AQI8iP%2OtQE%3d promise.then(function(ch) { varuri = ch.uri; varexpiry = ch.expirationTime; updateChannelUri(uri, expiry); });

  9. 2. Register with your Cloud Service Windows 8 Windows 8 • Register your app with your own Cloud Service. • Should be authenticated and secure. • Store Channel URI and associate it with any app specific context. • Create your business logic for sending notifications. Cloud Service Cloud Service Metro App Metro Style App 2 1 1 Notification Client Platform Notification Client Platform Windows Push Notification Service Windows Push Notification Service

  10. 2. Register with your Cloud Service • functionupdateChannelUri(channel, channelExpiration) { • if(channel) { • varserverUrl = "https://mysampleapp.cloudapp.net/register"; • varpayload = { Expiry: channelExpiration.toString(), • URI: channel }; • varxhr = newWinJS.xhr({ • type: "POST", • url: serverUrl, • headers: { "Content-Type": "application/json; charset=utf-8" }, • data: JSON.stringify(payload) • }).then(function (req) { … }); • } • }

  11. 3. Authenticate & Send Notification Windows 8 Cloud Service Metro Style App • OAuth 2 Authentication. • HTTP POST to Channel URI. • XML notification payload. 2 3 Notification Client Platform Windows Push Notification Service 3

  12. 3. Register your App

  13. 3. Authentication HTTP Request POST https://login.live.com/accesstoken.srf HTTP/1.1 Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded Host: login.live.com Content-Length: 221 grant_type=client_credentials&client_id=ms-app%3A%2F%2FS-1-15-2-1633617344-1232597856-4562071667-7893084900-2692585271-282905334-531217761&client_secret=XEvTg3USjIpvdWLBFcv44sJHRKcid43QXWfNx3YiJ4g&scope=notify.windows.com

  14. 3. Authentication HTTP Response HTTP/1.1 200 OK Cache-Control: no-store Content-Length: 422 Content-Type: application/json Connection: close { "access_token":"EgAcAQMAAAAg/RBw++jdA1MzM0LTUzMTIxNzc2MQA=", "token_type":"bearer" }

  15. 3. Push Notification HTTP Request POST https://db3.notify.windows.com/?token=AQI8iP%2OtQE%3d HTTP/1.1 Content-Type: text/xml Host: db3.notify.windows.com X-WNS-Type: wns/badge Authorization: Bearer EgAcAQMAAAAg/RBw++jdA1MzM0LTUzMTIxNzc2MQA= Content-Length: 58 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <badge value="34"/>

  16. 3. Push Notification HTTP Response • Important Notes • Device can be offline or disconnected. Success indicates that the request was successfully received by WNS; not necessarily that the user saw it. • Additional headers in the response for notification and device status. HTTP/1.1 200 OK Content-Length: 0 X-WNS-NOTIFICATIONSTATUS: received X-WNS-MSG-ID: 1ACD59E4683FE4BF X-WNS-DEBUG-TRACE: DB3WNS4011434

  17. announcing Windows Push Notification Recipe

  18. Authentication Code • usingWindows.Recipes.Push.Notifications.Security; • … • // Constructor takes your Package SID and secret key • IAccessTokenProvider_tokenProvider = newWNSAccessTokenProvider( "ms-app%3A%2F%2FS-1-15-2-1633617344-1232597856-4562071667-7893084900-2692585271-282905334-531217761", "XEvTg3USjIpvdWLBFcv44sJHRKcid43QXWfNx3YiJ4g");

  19. Push Notification Code • usingWindows.Recipes.Push.Notifications; • … • vartoast = newToastNotification(_tokenProvider); • toast.ChannelUrl= "https://db3.notify.windows.com/?token=AQI8iP%2OtQE%3d"; • toast.ToastType= ToastType.ToastImageAndText02; • toast.Image = "https://demosa.blob.core.windows.net/toastImg1.png"; • toast.Text= newList<string> {"Miguel Saenz comment on your status", "I love that quote! How have you …"}; • NotificationSendResult result = toast.Send();

  20. Push Notification Overview Building a Cloud Service with Window Azure Windows 8 Cloud Service What a service needs to support How do I do that with Windows Azure? Metro Style App • Windows Azure Compute • Web Role • Full IIS support • WCF REST and ASP.NET MVC • Windows Azure Storage • Table Storage • Blob Storage • Secure, web based API for channel URI registration. • Persistent storage of channel URI. • Storage for tile and toast images. Request Channel URI Register with your Cloud Service Authenticate &Push Notification 2 3 1 Notification Client Platform Windows Push Notification Service 3

  21. announcing Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8

  22. Windows Azure provides the resources to scale your services as your app grows.

  23. Windows Azure Services • Core Services: • Windows Azure Compute • Windows Azure Storage • Table Storage • Blob Storage • Services to Help Scale: • Windows Azure Elastic Scale • Windows Azure CDN • Windows Azure Traffic Manager • Windows Azure App Fabric Cache

  24. Recap

  25. Session Recap • There are 3 easy steps to implement push notifications: • Request Channel URI • Register with your Cloud Service • Authenticate & Push • The Windows Push Notification Recipe helps you easily add push notifications to your service. • The Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8 is the best way to start building a service. • Windows Azure provides the resources to scale your services as your app grows.

  26. Resources • Register your apphttp://manage.dev.live.com/build • Download the Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows 8 http://WATWindows8.codeplex.com • Windows 8 Developer Documentationhttp://dev.windows.com

  27. Sessions • [APP-396T] Using tiles and notifications • [SAC-850T] Getting started with Windows Azure • [SAC-858T] Identity and access management for Windows Azure apps • [SAC-868T] Building device & cloud apps • [SAC-869T] Building global and highly-available services using Windows Azure • [SAC-870T] Building scalable web apps with Windows Azure • [SAC-871T] Building social games for Windows 8 with Windows Azure • [SAC-961T] Inside Windows Azure storage: what's new and under the hood deep dive

  28. thank you Feedback and questions http://forums.dev.windows.com Session feedbackhttp://bldw.in/SessionFeedback

  29. © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.