Build and test microservices applications with Azure Dev Spaces

Build and test microservices applications with Azure Dev Spaces

Microsoft adds Kubernetes tools to Azure to help developers work with cloud native code. Here’s how to get started

07/17/18

How to develop cross-platform apps more easily with Xamarin.Essentials

How to develop cross-platform apps more easily with Xamarin.Essentials

The combination of Xamarin.Essentials and Xamarin Forms should finally give Microsoft the end-to-end cross platform development story it’s been seeking for PCs and mobile devices

07/10/18

Microsoft Graph Explorer: A good tool that’s not yet ready

Microsoft Graph Explorer: A good tool that’s not yet ready

The GraphQL tools for programming the Microsoft 365 platform are promising but lack the needed integration into developer tools

07/03/18

Introducing React Native Windows for cross-platform apps

Introducing React Native Windows for cross-platform apps

Building on Facebook’s React, Microsoft is delivering tools for building cross-platform code for Windows, the web, and beyond

06/19/18

Introducing SPFx, the SharePoint Framework for business apps

Introducing SPFx, the SharePoint Framework for business apps

Microsoft’s open source web tool is changing how you build business applications on top of SharePoint

06/12/18

Introducing CloudEvents for event-driven development

Introducing CloudEvents for event-driven development

An effective set of standards for handling events and API calls will make it easier for developers to extend existing services to support serverless endpoints

06/05/18

Inside Microsoft’s Azure Sphere hardware for secure IoT

Inside Microsoft’s Azure Sphere hardware for secure IoT

As more and more smart devices are deployed, securing and managing them becomes more and more important

05/29/18

Data-driven agriculture: How IoT could change farming

Data-driven agriculture: How IoT could change farming

Azure IoT Edge is powering Microsoft Research’s agricultural monitoring and machine learning platform, called FarmBeats

05/22/18

How to convert legacy Windows apps to Windows 10

How to convert legacy Windows apps to Windows 10

There’s a lot of old Win32s, WinForms, and WPF code out there, and now Microsoft plans to make it easy to bring it to Windows 10’s UWP

05/15/18

Real-time AI gets closer with Project Brainwave

Real-time AI gets closer with Project Brainwave

Microsoft’s Project Brainwave extends Azure ML to datacenter and network hardware, to bring the machine learning processing where the data is

05/08/18

How to run .Net apps in the browser with Blazor

How to run .Net apps in the browser with Blazor

Microsoft’s Blazor experiment uses modern web technologies like WebAssembly to put a .Net runtime inside your browser

05/01/18

Optimizing web apps with the Sonarwhal linter

Optimizing web apps with the Sonarwhal linter

Microsoft’s open source Lint-based website testing tool helps secure and optimize web applications

04/24/18

Azure IoT Hub goes basic for cheaper telemetry deployments

Azure IoT Hub goes basic for cheaper telemetry deployments

You can implement an effective industrial control system for only a few hundred dollars a month

04/17/18

Cross-cloud software development comes to Azure

Cross-cloud software development comes to Azure

Cloud-native apps built on Kubernetes can run anywhere. Now, with Open Service Broker, they can also use services hosted in public clouds such as Azure

04/10/18

Azure Service Fabric: What you need to know

Azure Service Fabric: What you need to know

Microsoft has open-sourced one of Azure’s foundational services. But what is Service Fabric and how can you use it?

03/20/18

How to use Microsoft’s Active Card in your chat apps

How to use Microsoft’s Active Card in your chat apps

Information cards step outside the traditional chat format, to display formatted text and images, and even add interactions

03/13/18

Visual Studio Code joins the Anaconda Python data science toolkit

Visual Studio Code joins the Anaconda Python data science toolkit

Microsoft’s Anaconda support is the next step in its open source analytics expansion

02/27/18

Get started with Google Go in Azure

Get started with Google Go in Azure

Microsoft gives Go developers a set of Azure SDKs for Visual Studio, Azure Stack, and Azure itself

02/20/18

Q# language: How to write quantum code in Visual Studio

Q# language: How to write quantum code in Visual Studio

Microsoft is making a big bet on a quantum computing future. Here’s how you are going to write code that uses those new machines

02/13/18

Get started with Azure Event Grid for serverless publish-and-subscribe

Get started with Azure Event Grid for serverless publish-and-subscribe

Microsoft’s publish-and-subscribe event-distribution tool is now ready for your code

02/06/18

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