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Azure IoT Hub for VS Code 2.1.0: Great performance optimization, more code generation templates and UX improvement
Azure IoT Hub for VS Code 2.1.0: Great performance optimization, more code generation templates and UX improvement
Happy New Year! Azure IoT Hub for VS Code 2.1.0 is the first version released in the year of 2019. In the release, we have several great updates for performance optimization, code generation and user experience! You could see the full Changelog here: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items/vsciot-vscode.azure-iot-toolkit/changelog
Introducing Azure IoT Tools for Visual Studio Code
Introducing Azure IoT Tools for Visual Studio Code
Azure IoT Tools for VS Code is an extension pack for Visual Studio Code that lets you get all you need for Azure IoT development with 1-click installation. Microsoft Azure IoT support for Visual Studio Code is provided through a rich set of extensions that make it easy to discover and interact with Azure IoT Hub that power your IoT Edge and ...
Continue using Hyper-V container for IoT Edge on Windows 10 1803
Continue using Hyper-V container for IoT Edge on Windows 10 1803
With Azure IoT Edge 1.0.5 release, developers should use process isolation container to build and run IoT Edge modules for Windows 1809 (Windows 10 October 2018 Update) IoT Edge device. And Azure IoT Edge tools for Visual Studio and Azure IoT Edge for Visual Studio Code also updated its default project template to align with 1809 requirements...
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Setup Azure IoT Edge CI/CD Pipeline with ARM Agent
Setup Azure IoT Edge CI/CD Pipeline with ARM Agent
Azure IoT Edge is a fully managed service that delivers cloud intelligence locally by deploying and running artificial intelligence (AI), Azure services, and custom logic directly on cross-platform IoT devices. An Edge solution contains one or more modules, which are hosted as docker images and run in docker container on Edge device. In order ...
A Workaround to Run Azure IoT Edge on ARM64 Devices
A Workaround to Run Azure IoT Edge on ARM64 Devices
Azure IoT Edge went generally available in June, with official support for AMD64 and ARM32 platforms. Recently, more and more developers from the community requested to run Azure IoT Edge on ARM64 (a.k.a. AArch64) devices such NVIDIA TX2. While the ARM64 support of Azure IoT Edge is still in progress, this post will introduce a workaround...