Whether you want to add a widget to the Today screen, create new photo editing tools directly in the Camera app, or bring your app to the Apple Watch, App Center is excited to continue enabling developers to create amazing mobile experiences.
Reposted from the HockeyApp blog.
One year ago, we announced Visual Studio App Center as the future of HockeyApp. During this journey we listened to you and have continued to improve App Center in every way. We started out with the next generation of your favorite HockeyApp services: distribution, crash reporting and analytics, and added ...
We have been working hard to improve App Center Diagnostics, making it more robust, performant, and scalable. From your feedback we are also bringing you a consolidated UI, combining crashes and errors in one view, as well as introducing a more intuitive symbol upload experience.
With these changes, we are happy to announce Diagnostics is a Generally Available Service and no longer in preview
Just a few weeks ago, we shipped our Unity SDK and support for Unity in Visual Studio App Center portal. We have been excited to see the reception so far, seeing many new Unity apps created using App Center. To help integrate more seamlessly into the tools you are already using, and make the experience better, the App Center team is happy to announce the release of the App Center Unity Editor Extension.
This September, Visual Studio App Center delivered same-day build support for Xcode 10. As our community builds fewer than 1 percent of apps with older versions of Xcode 8, we will focus on supporting Xcode 8.3.3 and higher. Effective November 28, 2018, we are ending support for older versions of Xcode, including 8.0, 8.1, 8.2, 8.2.1, 8.3.1 and 8.3.2.