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Building Mobile Applications Using Kendo UI Mobile and ASP.NET Web API by Ragini Kumbhat Bhandari, Nishanth Nair

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Integrating with the Movie Tickets app

As we have now covered some of the important elements of the Kendo UI Framework, let's put it all together and see how this works in a real-life application —Movie Tickets, by creating the User Account screen. We will also integrate our Web API service with the UI and work with some real data.

The User Account screen

Through the User Account screen, a registered user can log in to the application. Once the user is logged in, he/she can view and update his/her details. In this screen, the user is shown his/her ticket booking history too. After the user logs in, a Log Off button is displayed on the navigation bar.

Backend – setting up a Web API service

As the first step, let's configure the Web API service with ...

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