Dynamic Lockscreen Changes for Windows 9 Built Using ASP.NET MVC

When Windows Phone 8 has been released, a few developer API were made available to allow third party applications to change the device’s lock screen image. You’ll need to have ASP.NET MVC3 to make it work on the web frontend and Windows Phone 8 SDK to work with mobile applications. Azure Mobile Services account is also required and the Azure Mobile Services Client Libraries. All these components are available for free. Make sure to meet all the necessary requirements because without Azure Mobile Services SDK, for example, the compilation process will fail.
Read the rest of the tutorial in this post: http://channel9.msdn.com/coding4fun/articles/Dynamic-Lockscreen-Changer-for-Windows-Phone-8-Built-With-ASPNET-MVC-and-Azure-Mobile-Services

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