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Azure JavaScript libraries preview release

Posted on Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Today we are happy to announce the first preview release of Azure JavaScript libraries generated from the Azure REST API specs using AutoRest. This release adds support for isomorphic JavaScript libraries with TypeScript definitions that work on both server and client (browser). The new libraries are released under @azure scope, and package names are in the following pattern: @azure/arm-<servicename> (for Azure Resource Manager libraries) and @azure/<servicename>.

 

You can find the new repository on GitHub. The current plan is to release a stable version of the Azure JavaScript libraries by the middle of next year. After the stable release of Azure JavaScript libraries, the Azure node libraries will be deprecated. For guidance on how to migrate from the old Azure node libraries to the new Azure JavaScript libraries, see the migration page.

 

For help, see the code snippets in the readme under packages/@azure folders—for example, the arm-compute folder.

 

 

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