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The .NET Framework 4.7.2 update is scheduled to deploy to Azure App Service apps gradually during September 2018.
New features are available for Azure Maps customers.
New features and batch services are available for Azure Maps. They support the needs of large-scale enterprises with high volumes of concurrent users, along with users who need advanced functionality.
Visual Studio App Center will combine multiple services commonly used by mobile developers in a single, integrated product. You’ll be able to build, test, distribute and monitor your mobile apps, and then easily add back-end cloud services to scale your app to millions of users on demand.
Today we are releasing the Azure Mobile Apps iOS SDK to CocoaPods and other online properties. This is a drop-in replacement for the existing SDK.
The Parse Server project has moved on since we first published the Marketplace resource for running Parse Server on Azure App Service. Parse Server has been updated to version 2.3.0.
Version 3.0.2 of the Azure App Service Mobile Apps .NET SDK has been released for people who are upgrading from version 2.x to get support for Android Nougat.
Apple announced that all apps submitted to the iOS App Store for review must support IPv6-only networks, but your app submissions will likely work just fine under certain conditions.
The Azure Mobile Apps SDK for Apache Cordova is now at v2.0.0-RC1. This version includes better handling of conflicts for offline sync, plus bug fixes.
The Azure Marketplace template "Parse Server on managed Azure services" has been updated. You can now deploy Parse Server in all Azure regions.
You can use the Mobile Apps Quickstart to create a mobile back end more quickly than you can by using the traditional Mobile Apps process.
We're transitioning from Azure Mobile Services to Azure App Service. While no action is required on your part, please note that the management experience will change. You can choose to migrate before September 1, 2016 or wait until Azure migrates you.
An update to the iOS Client SDK for Mobile Apps contains a fix to Azure Active Directory authentication and switches the SDK to use WebKit instead of WebView.
We've released a marketplace template for easy implementation of a Parse Server on Azure, integrating Azure App Service, Notification Hubs, Storage, and DocumentDB, with a site extension for the Parse Dashboard.
Azure Mobile Apps 2.0.0 Node.js SDK is now generally available.
Azure Mobile Services has recently released several updates to the .NET backend including the following: custom scopes for authentication providers, single sign-on for Windows Store applications, CORS for SignalR, and support for Web API 5.2.
Write your services using the power of ASP.NET Web API and your favorite .NET language.
Azure development tooling features include support for WebJobs publishing, Dev/Test environments for Mobile Services, Remote debugging for Virtual Machines, Emulator Express, and more.
This Preview release includes support for Azure Resource Manager.