Today, we’re excited to announce Azure SDK 2.7 for Visual Studio 2013 and Visual Studio 2015. We are also excited to announce the final release of Visual Studio 2015.
Posts By: Brady Gaster
Today, we’re excited to announce Azure SDK 2.6 for .NET and Visual Studio 2015 RC. This post summarizes the updates and how they’ll improve your development experience for building applications in Azure.
In this post, I’ll introduce you to the management libraries for Java and walk you through the process of getting an Eclipse project up and running that you can extend and use to create and manage your own Azure subscription and resources within it.
We found a few areas where we could improve the WebJobs publishing story from the command line and continuous integration stories and have an update that fills these gaps. This post summarizes this update, how we can release it so quickly right after an official Visual Studio update, and how you can reap the benefits and enable continuous integration or command-line publishes of an Azure WebJob.