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Overview

Azure is a complete cloud platform that can host your existing applications and streamline new application development. Azure can even enhance on-premises applications. Azure integrates the cloud services that you need to develop, test, deploy, and manage your applications, all while taking advantage of the efficiencies of cloud computing. With all the services that Azure offers, it can be an intimidating task to figure out which services you need to support your solution architecture. This section highlights the Azure services that developers commonly use.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 5/27/2019, Ebook
    This guide is designed for developers and architects who are starting their journey into Microsoft Azure. In this guide, we’ll take you through the ins and outs of Microsoft...

Development Videos

Security in WPF Apps
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5/28/2020, Ch9: VS Toolbox
ASP.NET Core Series: Blazor
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5/28/2020, dotNET
ASP.NET Core Series: Blazor
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5/28/2020, On .NET
Ask the Team: Azure Active Directory B2C | COM04
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5/27/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Developer

Development News

6/3/2020, MS Dev Blogs
Last time, we wrote a RunOnFiber function that accepted a lambda and ran the lambda on a fiber. Since the RunOnFiber function is templated, a new copy of the function is created for each lambda....
6/3/2020, MS Dev Blogs
In this post, Big Data Consultant Rakhi Guha shows how to get started with Python scripting to manage Service Bus Queue messages. This article provides a detailed idea on the following...
6/3/2020, MS Dev Blogs
It's that time of the year again! The entirety of Microsoft has been working hard this past semester to bring you new features and functionality, and the Azure Cosmos DB is no exception. The...
6/2/2020, MS Dev Blogs
With Visual Studio 2019 you can build and debug C++ projects on a remote Linux system or the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). You can get started with Linux development in Visual Studio using...
6/2/2020, MS Dev Blogs
In the first part of this blog post series we learned how to use the IQuantumProcessor interface to write a custom simulator that performs reversible simulation in a quantum circuit that is...
6/2/2020, MS Dev Blogs
Whew! It feels like Microsoft Build 2020 just ended yesterday, and now we are releasing Visual Studio 2019 v16.7 Preview 2. We hope you enjoyed any virtual sessions you were able to attend.  Our...
6/2/2020, MS Dev Blogs
Dev Consultant Brian Culver explores App Registration of .NET Applications in Azure AD. In my last post, I was testing the Beta Graph API to get my Teams Presence. The only real challenge I...
6/2/2020, MS Dev Blogs
Dev Consultant Brian Culver explores Microsoft Teams Presence in .NET. This journey begins in a Visual Studio 2019 .Net Forms Application.  Then, we need to install the Microsoft Graph client...
6/2/2020, MS Dev Blogs
Last time, we considered a library that required a lot of stack space, and critiqued one proposed solution that involved pre-emptively converting every thread to a fiber. The solution is simply...
6/2/2020, MS Dev Blogs
Today, we’re proud to announce the Local Process with Kubernetes preview feature in Visual Studio 2019 16.7 Preview 2.     Local Process with Kubernetes allows you to write, test and debug...
5/31/2020, MS Dev Blogs
  Premier Field Engineer Greg Schunemann discusses his experience with managing work item form customizations after an upgrade to Azure DevOps Server 2019. More and more organizations are...
5/31/2020, MS Dev Blogs
App Dev Manager Keith Beller explores how to handle App Secrets in Visual Studio. Secrets need to be handled with care and this is the responsibility of every developer. We’ve all read those...
5/30/2020, MS Dev Blogs
Last week we announced a package manager preview for Windows. Our goal is to provide a great product to our customers and community where everyone can contribute and receive recognition. The last...
5/30/2020, MS Dev Blogs
App Dev Manager Om Chauhan spotlights Power Apps Build Tools for Azure DevOps. Table of Contents 1 Public Preview of Power Apps Build Tools 4 2 How to bring in Power Apps build tools into...
5/29/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! This is the last post for this month – and it’s been a good month. I hope you’ve had time to check out some of the sessions from build via the Microsoft Build page. If you haven’t,...
5/29/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
It’s been a few months since we released anything new in Azure Boards. We have good news. In sprint 170 we are delivering several long awaited features. Lets get started… Better Kanban board...
5/29/2020, MS Dev Blogs
The Definitely Typed repository on GitHub is now a regular fixture in GitHub's annual Octoverse report as one of the top 10 repos with the most contributors. If you haven't heard of Definitely...
5/29/2020, MS Dev Blogs
C++11 introduced variadic templates and template parameter packs. Passing template parameter packs around is a bit of a hassle, because the dots "soak up" parameters, which make them hard to...
5/29/2020, MS Dev Blogs
In this post, App Dev Manager Drew Lewis demonstrates how to get started with Automated QA Testing on Azure DevOps. In working with a broad range of organizations that have embraced a DevOps...
5/29/2020, MS Dev Blogs
We would like to make your experience developing WPF and UWP applications in Visual Studio better! Currently we are investigating ways of improving the XAML Designer and making you more...