We are proud to announce the availability of the Azure IoT Edge plugin for Jenkins, which provides Jenkins native capability to continuously build IoT Edge solutions and deploy to Azure IoT Edge devices. Depending on your environment, you can choose to use Azure DevOps Services together with Jenkins,
With the v1.4.0 release of Azure IoT Toolkit, it supports module management. You could easily create module, view module twin, update module twin, invoke module direct method and delete module in VS Code.
With the latest release of Azure IoT Toolkit, lots of popular languages are supported to quickly create an Azure IoT application in VS Code: C#, Go, Java, Node.js, PHP, Python and Ruby! (Note: For C#, Java, Node.js and Python, it is based on Azure IoT Hub SDK,
What’s new in IoT Edge for VS Code 1.2.0:
1. Now you and run IoT Edge solution with the built-in IoT Edge simulator without deploying to IoT Edge device.
In April this year, we released our first public preview of Azure IoT Workbench in Visual Studio Code, an IoT development environment aims to make it easy to code, build, deploy and debug your IoT project for MXChip IoT DevKit. From this one DevKit,
Do you know you could get started with Azure IoT very easily with popular languages such as Node.js and Python? With Azure IoT Toolkit, you could quickly build your Azure IoT application in VS Code in just a few minutes using Node.js, Python or REST API.
Shortly after GA of Azure IoT Toolkit for VS Code, We are pleased to announce that the 1.1.0 release of the Azure IoT Toolkit extension for Visual Studio Code is now available from the marketplace. You can download the Azure IoT Toolkit extension from the marketplace,
In our previous post Handy Tool When You Develop With Azure IoT, we introduced Azure IoT Toolkit extension, which provides some key features that help IoT developers to easily interact with Azure IoT Hub. Now we released a new version v0.6.0 and glad to share the news that the extension has been open sourced on GitHub!
It’s been around 4 months since we release our official hardware and SDK as v1.0 last September right on Ignite 2017. In that event, the MXChip IoT DevKit was used on a couple of Azure IoT break-out and keynote sessions for demonstrations and together with announcement with new services released such as IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.
DevKit is available for pre-ordering
During the past two months, we have been keeping sending out preview IoT DevKit for evaluation to a selective group of requestors. And we see increasing demand for the kits from developers around the world, from Canada to Brazil,