App Center Blog

The latest news, updates and information for mobile developers using Visual Studio App Center

The Ship List: App Center January Update

The New Year represents an exciting time for those of us on the App Center team, after our launch last November at Connect(); and seeing your initial reactions over the past few months. We haven't rested after the launch, however. We have been hard at work improving App Center, listening to your feedback, and looking at how we want the ...
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The What, Why, and How of Mobile DevOps with Visual Studio App Center

With constant operating system releases, ever-shifting user expectations, and new form factors launching every year, making sure your apps are high-quality, take advantage of the latest technology, and deliver features that win users’ loyalty can feel like multiple full-time jobs. The solution: mobile DevOps and automation, so you’re ...
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Upcoming Webinar | Xamarin University Presents: Ship Better Apps with Visual Studio App Center

In my role as a Program Manager for Xamarin University, my team and I have helped thousands of developers get hands-on to learn how to build better native Android, iOS, UWP, and connected device apps using C# and Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin. Now I'd like to invite you to join me for Xamarin University Presents: Ship Better Apps with ...
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Upcoming Webinar | Xamarin University Presents: Ship Better Apps with Visual Studio App Center

In my role as a Program Manager for Xamarin University, my team and I have helped thousands of developers get hands-on to learn how to build better native Android, iOS, UWP, and connected device apps using C# and Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin. Now I'd like to invite you to join me for Xamarin University Presents: Ship Better Apps with ...
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Deliver Lightning Fast Updates to your Users with CodePush: A Beginner’s Guide

As app developers, we move fast, whether we're working on code, testing, validating, shipping, or iterating. Delivering critical bug fixes and minor features to your users quickly means the difference between a great user experience and a lackluster one, or, put more simply, the difference between a happy user and one who deletes your app...
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Deliver Lightning Fast Updates to your Users with CodePush: A Beginner’s Guide

As app developers, we move fast, whether we're working on code, testing, validating, shipping, or iterating. Delivering critical bug fixes and minor features to your users quickly means the difference between a great user experience and a lackluster one, or, put more simply, the difference between a happy user and one who deletes your app...
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Guest Blog | Your Guide to Getting Feedback Fast and Building Better Apps

This is a special guest post from Marco Kuiper, Consultant at Info Support and blogger at Marcofolio.net.   Many developers are good at building things right, but far fewer are skilled at building the right thing. While you need a strong idea of what problem you’re solving for your users (and why and how), you can’t rely on vision and...

Guest Blog | Your Guide to Getting Feedback Fast and Building Better Apps

This is a special guest post from Marco Kuiper, Consultant at Info Support and blogger at Marcofolio.net.   Many developers are good at building things right, but far fewer are skilled at building the right thing. While you need a strong idea of what problem you’re solving for your users (and why and how), you can’t rely on vision and...

Better Decisions Through Better Analytics: Visual Studio App Center with Azure Application Insights

To properly manage your development pipeline and product strategy, you first need understand your users and how they interact with your apps. Visual Studio App Center Analytics offers free, glanceable, out-of-the-box analytics to get anyone started, and simple integration with Azure Application Insights gives even the most data-hungry business...
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