We used reinforcement learning and CNTK to train a neural network to guess hidden words in a game of Hangman. Our trained model has no reliance on a reference dictionary: it takes as input a variable-length, partially-obscured word (consisting of blank spaces and any correctly-guessed letters) and a binary vector indicating which letters have already been guessed. In the git repository associated with this post, we provide sample code for training the neural network and deploying it in an Azure Web App for gameplay.
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Users expect fast, reliable and personalized web experiences independent of their browser, location, device, or network. However, the very innovations, i.e. rich interactive content and applications,…
Multi URL tests are now available in production.
App Service helps you automate the deployment process through the Continuous Deployment functionality, and now we've added integration with Visual Studio Load Testing to trigger a test as part of your continuous integration workflow.
In this blog post, we'll explore using a WebJobs Extension to talk to Slack. Slack is a messaging app for teams which has an awesome integration story using their "Real Time Messaging" API or their incoming & outgoing webhooks.
Deploy a hybrid solution template for WordPress that combines the best of Azure App Service and Azure virtual machines for a scalable, highly available WordPress app.
This blog post is a bit overdue, but we are making up with shipped features and improvements. Support for .net framework 4.6 You can now configure your apps to use .Net framework 4.6.
The support for PHP7 is provided as an experimental feature, and is considered unsupported at a Platform level, as PHP7 is still currently in a release candidate state. This enables you to start testing PHP7 and provide feedback to both the PHP Community and the Azure Web Apps team.
Build and deploy Umbraco CMS solution for Azure Web Apps using Azure Resource Manager template.
CBC/Radio-Canada decided to build a responsive app that would work across mobile and desktop devices and provide real time results in both English and French. To achieve the high performance, large scalability requirements and to provide a modern multi-channel application they needed a flexible and powerful cloud partner. Enter Azure.