App Center Blog

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

The Ship List: Mobile Center October Update

 
Visual Studio Mobile Center is now Visual Studio App Center. Learn more here.
 
The Mobile Center team has been hard at work adding new functionality and improving existing services. If you attended or watched the Microsoft Ignite live stream,

How to Build Better Apps with Xcode 9 and iOS 11

Visual Studio Mobile Center is now Visual Studio App Center. Learn more here.
 
Apple’s official release of iOS 11 is packed with a smorgasbord of tasty morsels for users and developers. To help you dive in and get the most from iOS 11 and Xcode 9,

How We Do Code Review

Visual Studio Mobile Center is now Visual Studio App Center. Learn more here.
 
The Mobile Center team is a diverse mix of engineers, product managers, and UI/UX designers with varying professional backgrounds, experience, and countries of origin. Our team has people from over 10 countries working across 8 time zones.

Simple, Yet Powerful: How We Make Our Builds Better

Visual Studio Mobile Center is now Visual Studio App Center. Learn more here.
 
Mobile developers have a lot of challenges, and our goal is to make building and deploying your app the least of your worries. We (the Mobile Center Build team) developed a simple Android and iOS app called PomPom to ensure we’re delivering the best developer experience and making continuous integration and delivery easier for our users.

AltConf / WWDC Wrap-Up

Visual Studio Mobile Center is now Visual Studio App Center. Learn more here.
 
We just wrapped up four days in San Jose for AltConf 2017, and we had a fantastic time. We shared some information, learned an awful lot from attendees,

Mobile Center Supports Windows UWP Platform

Visual Studio Mobile Center is now Visual Studio App Center. Learn more here.
 
You heard it right. Mobile Center now supports variety of services to help streamline your Windows UWP app development.
Once your application in added in Mobile Center,

Mobile Dev Blog

HockeyApp is being retired

HockeyApp has officially retired.

HockeyApp Transition to Visual Studio App Center – October Update

Visual Studio App Center is still closing important feature gaps as HockeyApp is in the process of transitioning to App Center. See what we’ve been working on in October and learn more about what we’ve committed to on our roadmap.

October Updates for Visual Studio App Center’s Windows Support

This month, we’re excited to announce the General Availability support for WPF and WinForms applications, targeting both .NET Framework and .NET Core 3.

Securely Access, Visualize and Manage your Mobile App Data with Data Metrics View and Data Explorer capabilities in Visual Studio App Center

The App Center Data Explorer allows you to engage directly with and manage your data in the App Center portal. You have complete control over your Data. You can create, read, update, and delete documents directly in App Center. Previously, this was only available through the App Center Data client SDKs and the Azure portal.

HockeyApp Transition to Visual Studio App Center – September Update

Visual Studio App Center is closing important feature gaps as HockeyApp is transitioning to App Center later this year. See what we’ve been working on in September and learn more about what we’ve committed to on our road map.

Using the Android App Bundle with Visual Studio App Center

We’ve heard you loud and clear that being able to build and distribute AABs to supporting stores is important to you, and so we’re happy to announce that Visual Studio App Center supports building AABs for all supported Android platforms.

New Dark Theme Available on Visual Studio App Center

Thanks to you taking the time to request features via our Github repo, we are excited to announce that dark theme is available in App Center.

PLCrashReporter Maintainership Moving to Microsoft

We’re happy to announce that Microsoft is moving PLCrashReporter to the Microsoft organization on GitHub to continue supporting this valuable project. Of course, the licensing of PLCrashReporter won’t change and we are looking forward to continuing to support the project.

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HockeyApp Transition to Visual Studio App Center – August Update

Visual Studio App Center is closing important feature gaps as HockeyApp is transitioning to App Center later this year. See what we’ve been working on in August and learn more about what we’ve committed to on our roadmap.

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HockeyApp Transition to Visual Studio App Center July Update

App Center is closing important feature gaps as HockeyApp is transitioning to App Center later this year. See what we’ve been working on in July.