Visual Studio App Center helps developers ship better apps faster, but it also helps you build features your users will love. How? We designed App Center to be API-first and fully modular. This means that when you integrate App Center services with your existing toolchain,
Last week’s Connect event was full of exciting announcements, demos, and technical sessions. From announcing the General Availability of Visual Studio App Center to showing you how to use the latest and greatest services to build better apps, we’re excited to help developers focus on what matters: shipping awesome apps on any platform.
We—the Visual Studio App Center development team—have released SDKs for Android, iOS, React Native, UWP and Xamarin, with more in the works. As we build new tools, we do so knowing that many are successors to popular SDKs, like HockeyApp, that developers already use and love (for good reason).
Today, we launched Visual Studio App Center1, and it is now generally available for Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows apps. App Center has everything you need to manage the lifecycle of your apps, including automated builds, testing on real devices in the cloud,
Microsoft Connect (); kicked off this morning, with tons of announcements and demos, including the General Availability of Visual Studio App Center! There’s still a lot of great content to come over the next few days, so to help you hone in on what matters most for you,
Today at Microsoft Connect(); we announced the launch of Visual Studio App Center, the next generation of Xamarin Test Cloud. App Center brings the power of Xamarin Test Cloud combined with ability to build, distribute, monitor and integrate push notifications- all in one place.
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