Microsoft returns to Java with Azure-focused OpenJDK release

Microsoft returns to Java with Azure-focused OpenJDK release

It’s been a long time since Microsoft brewed its own Java. But now it’s back, with the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK, fit and finished for running in the Azure cloud.

Microsoft gets serious about WebAssembly

Microsoft gets serious about WebAssembly

Compiled code running at near-native speeds in the browser is getting the .NET touch.

Microsoft inches closer to unified Windows SDK

Microsoft inches closer to unified Windows SDK

The latest preview bits of Microsoft’s Project Reunion for building Windows 10 desktop applications are ready for testing and even for production.

Automate your Windows workflow with Power Automate Desktop

Automate your Windows workflow with Power Automate Desktop

Microsoft is adding an automation tool to Windows, ready to manage our day-to-day tasks.

Getting started with winget, the Windows Package Manager

Getting started with winget, the Windows Package Manager

Microsoft is adding Linux-like package management tools to Windows for scripted application installs from a searchable repository.

What Microsoft Mesh means for developers

What Microsoft Mesh means for developers

Microsoft has unveiled a new framework for building collaborative, mixed-reality applications. What is Microsoft weaving into the Mesh toolchain and what will it mean for application development?

2021’s Ignite shows off new Cosmos DB features

2021’s Ignite shows off new Cosmos DB features

Microsoft’s second virtual Ignite conference is promoting new Azure data services, including major upgrades to its planet-scale distributed database.

Introducing Microsoft .NET 6

Introducing Microsoft .NET 6

Microsoft is unveiling its road map for the next major release of .NET, along with a first preview download.

Run containers on Azure App Service

Run containers on Azure App Service

Simple container-based web apps and services don’t need Kubernetes to run on Azure.

Use DirectML to add machine learning to C code

Use DirectML to add machine learning to C code

Microsoft provides new tools for working with machine learning in GPUs.

Cloud on cloud: Couchbase as a service on Azure

Cloud on cloud: Couchbase as a service on Azure

The Azure Marketplace lets you add third-party tools and services, such as Couchbase’s NoSQL database, to your applications.

Extending Azure Functions with custom handlers

Extending Azure Functions with custom handlers

Build serverless code on Azure in any language.

Building microservices? Give Dapr a try

Building microservices? Give Dapr a try

Microsoft’s open source, cross-platform microservices framework is ready for prime time at last.

Working with Azure Image Builder

Working with Azure Image Builder

Dynamically generate and customize your Azure virtual machines.

Jumping into Azure Arc Data Services

Jumping into Azure Arc Data Services

Azure Arc brings Azure databases to your on-premises servers and applications.

Setting up a PWA toolchain with PWABuilder

Setting up a PWA toolchain with PWABuilder

The Microsoft-supported open source PWABuilder continues to evolve, offering a suite of developer tools for progressive Web apps to bridge the app gap.

Go local with Azure Logic Apps development

Go local with Azure Logic Apps development

Microsoft’s low-code business process automation tools add container runtimes and a local development environment.

Exploring Azure Spatial Analysis containers

Exploring Azure Spatial Analysis containers

Use containers and Azure IoT Hub to bring Cognitive Services machine learning to your own servers on the edge.

Steeltoe: Simplify building .NET cloud microservices

Steeltoe: Simplify building .NET cloud microservices

Open source .NET tools help build and deploy distributed applications to Spring Cloud and Kubernetes.

Getting started with WebView 2

Getting started with WebView 2

Use Chromium Edge in your applications to render and interact with HTML content.

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