[Build 2019] Welcome to the world of Machine Learning with ML.NET 1.0

As i updated earlier, ML.NET is a free, cross-platform, and open source machine learning framework for .NET developers. It is also an extensible platform that powers Microsoft services like Windows Hello, Bing Ads, PowerPoint Design Ideas, and more. This session focuses on the release of ML.NET 1.0. If you want to learn the basics about…


PHP Minor Version Update for March 2019

Updating PHP to latest versions In March 2019, Azure App Service will update the PHP stacks to the latest available versions. For information on the changes in the new versions, please see the change logs on the PHP website.


Visual Studio 2019 Preview 2 is now available

The second preview of Visual Studio 2019 is now available for download. This release contains a number of improvements and additions to the core experience and different development areas, many of which are a result of your direct feedback. As always, you can check out the release notes for more details or read on for…


Help us help you! What desktop apps are you bringing to .NET Core 3.0?

Windows Desktop applications are coming to .NET Core. The recently released .NET Core 3.0 Preview 1 version includes WinForms and WPF support. To make .NET Core 3.0 viable for as many of you as possible, we have created a survey to understand the types of desktop applications you want to build with .NET Core. Based on the…


PHP Minor Version Update for January 2019

In the next release of Azure Web Apps, we will update the PHP stacks on Windows to the latest available versions. For information on the changes in the new versions, please see the change logs on the PHP website.


Python 2.7 Now Available for App Service on Linux

Python 2.7 has been added to the public preview of Python on Azure App Service (Linux).  With this recent addition developers can enjoy the productivity benefits and easy scaling features of Azure App Service using Python 2.7, 3.6 or 3.7.  More details on the public preview of Python support on Azure App Service (Linux) are…


New Azure DevOps Work Item Experience in Visual Studio 2019

In previous versions of Visual Studio, the work item experience was centered around queries, which need to be created and managed to find the right work items. In Visual Studio 2019, we have removed queries and added a new view for work items centered at the developer. This allows the developer to quickly find the…


Azure Developer – Service Fabric is going open source

Yes, that’s right – Service Fabric is going open Source and it was announced by Service Fabric team. Please refer the earlier blog regarding the same.  Service Fabric is going open source under the MIT license and over the coming months it will be transitioning to a completely open development process on GitHub. Also check…


New SSH Experience and Remote Debugging for Linux Web Apps

The App Service team is happy to announce the Public Preview of a new SSH experience and the remote debugging capability for Linux app developers. In this release, we’re also enabling SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) for Linux web app content management. What’s new? We’re introducing a new TCP tunneling technology for Azure App Service,…


C++ Edit and Continue in Visual Studio 2015 Update 3

We’ve been continuing to improve on C++ Edit and Continue (EnC) since we shipped it in Visual Studio 2015 with the default debug engine and the VC 140 toolset. We’ve addressed a fair bit of customer feedback and based on this, I’ll go over the latest developments in C++ EnC for Update 3 (download) and other…