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The latest update to the Power BI service includes dashboard comments and Premium Capacity Monitoring app.
You currently receive 1,024 bytes in every KB of data when you use Content Delivery Network. Starting September 1, 2018, you'll receive 1,000 bytes in every KB of data.
The new App Service on Linux Standard plan (Basic, Standard, and Premium) is generally available. On July 1, 2018, GUID migration and name changes will take effect automatically.
The App Service on Linux Standard plan (along with Basic and Premium plans) is generally available. New names and resource GUIDs will be reflected in billing statements starting June 1, 2018.
The App Service on Linux Premium plan (along with Standard and Basic plans) is generally available. New names and resource GUIDs will be reflected in billing statements starting June 1, 2018.
The App Service on Linux Basic plan (along with Standard and Premium plans) is generally available. New names and resource GUIDs will be reflected in billing statements starting June 1, 2018.
Visual Studio App Center will combine multiple services commonly used by mobile developers into a single, integrated product. You'll be able to build, test, distribute, and monitor your mobile apps, and then easily add backend cloud services to scale your app to millions of users on demand.
Visual Studio Mobile Center is now Visual Studio App Center. App Center is generally available.
New features have been added to Visual Studio App Center that empower developers to ship mobile apps more frequently, at higher-quality, and with greater confidence.
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.
Azure App Service Companion provides the basic functionality of App Service in an experience that's optimized for your mobile device.
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.
In a recent service update, we improved our overall support for Azure Active Directory B2C in Azure App Service.
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.
When you're creating web, mobile, API, or Function apps for use by members of your organization, it’s often the case that you’re using Azure Active Directory and you want to remove the option to sign in with non-organizational credentials.
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.
Various bug fixes and feature enhancements to the Azure portal.
Logic Apps automatically discovers custom APIs with any type of trigger.