Azure SDKs

Develop Azure services with the Azure SDKs

Dependency Management for Java
Dependency Management for Java
It is common practice to reuse software libraries to speed up development. However, it introduces a problem of dependency management in your project. I will break down some of our solutions for dependency management in Java. You will learn how to use Maven and Gradle for this task, and how to troubleshoot dependency conflicts along the way. W
Azure SDK Release (June 2020)
Azure SDK Release (June 2020)
This month, we introduce the Azure SDK for Embedded C, with a preview edition of the Storage client library. In addition, we've updated the client libraries for Cosmos DB, Event Hubs, Storage, and Text Analytics. We've also published new previews for Azure Identity, Cognitive Search, Form Recognizer, and Service Bus.
Async Iterators in the Azure SDK for JavaScript/TypeScript
Async Iterators in the Azure SDK for JavaScript/TypeScript
A common feature in cloud APIs is paging for list results. Result sets may be massive - you could have thousands of blobs in a container, for example. Getting all results at once can cause delays in transmission and excessive load on the backend. We'll show you how the Azure SDK handles this issue.
Azure SDK Release (May 2020)
Azure SDK Release (May 2020)
This month, we have updated Event Hubs and Storage, and introduced new previews for Form Recognizer, Cognitive Search, and Service Bus. We also go in depth with Azure Identity and the new mechanisms we are developing to improve authentication when developing services.
Azure SDK Release (April 2020)
Azure SDK Release (April 2020)
This month, we have updated the App Configuration, Event Hubs, Key Vault, and Storage libraries. We've also released new previews for Cognitive Search, Event Hubs, Service Bus, and Text Analytics.
Process data in real-time with Java and Azure Event Hubs
Process data in real-time with Java and Azure Event Hubs
In my position with the Azure SDK team, I'm fortunate to talk to a lot of customers about their needs. Most applications can be categorized into big buckets where we can see the same design patterns repeated. One of those categories is data processing.