Well, it's now 2013, and I spent some time over the holidays messing around with using custom parameters in my mobile service… Windows Azure Mobile Services makes it rather easy to both read data from and modify data in a mobile service by using HTTP requests to the CRUD operations: POST, GET, PATCH. and DELETE. GET requests use an OData-style query URI to select data, and POST is used to send a new JSON object to be inserted. Pretty simple stuff really, and the client libraries make it very easy to do in your apps.
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