Public Preview for App Center Build Export

App Center Build makes it easy for mobile developers to get started with building their apps - in many cases with just a few clicks. But this focus on simplicity also means that customers who need more complex builds end up outgrowing App Center Build and have a hard time figuring out where to go next. Whereas there are other tools in the ...
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App Center Analytics & Diagnostics Data Retention

Mobile developers use App Center Analytics to gain insights into their applications’ users and their usage and use App Center Diagnostics to monitor their applications’ health and dig into unexpected failures. We are committed to keeping these services healthy and reliable, and as part of that we are making some changes to our data ...

Deprecating macOS 10.14 image in App Center Build

Microsoft-hosted Pipelines recently announced macOS-10.14 image deprecation in Azure Pipelines. Accordingly, we want to update App Center customers on the upcoming change in our build image support. If you are building iOS or Xamarin apps using Xcode 10.3, Xamarin.iOS 12.14, or Xamarin.Android 9.4 or below versions, you will be impacted by ...
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Announcing Apache Cordova Retirement in App Center

Since App Center launched in 2017, we’ve added support for 16 platforms and frameworks. One of the first was Apache Cordova, a cross-platform framework that wraps JavaScript apps in a native container. Along with React Native, it was one of two frameworks to support CodePush and exactly what the community needed as many developers ...

Run Tests on Android and iOS Beta Versions

We understand the pain and struggle to address unexpected issues before the next release of the major OS version. As exciting as it is to try new features in advance, the struggle to identify compatibility issues over a night is real. We heard your feedback, and now we are super excited to announce beta version support in App Center Test ...
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Deprecating Xcode version 11.0, 11.1, and 11.4 in App Center

This September, Visual Studio App Center delivered build support for Xcode 11.7, 12.0, and 12.2 beta. In the process of expanding our Xcode support, we also investigated how many customers were using older versions. We discovered that our community currently builds between 2-4% of apps using Xcode 11.0,11.1 or 11.4. Therefore, we have ...
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Migrating off App Center Push

Retiring App Center Push Earlier this year, Microsoft announced the retirement of the preview MBaaS services in Visual Studio App Center, which include Auth, Data, and Push services. Today we’re providing an update on the App Center Push retirement timeline and details to help you migrate to Azure Notifications Hubs. We will retire App ...

Announcing MBaaS Service Retirement

We are discontinuing efforts in the Auth, Data and Push services and working to retire these preview services in App Center. With this change, we will focus App Center on delivering a world-class mobile and desktop DevOps experience.