Recently, both Docker and Moby engine support SSH connection, which means you can connect a remote Docker engine more easily than before. In Azure IoT Edge for VS Code 1.9.0, we introduced a new extension setting(azure-iot-edge.executor.env) to inject environment variables into VS Code terminals.
Happy New Year! Azure IoT Hub Toolkit 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
Together with the new Azure IoT Tools for VS Code extension pack, we also overhauled the experience of Azure IoT Device Workbench. And there is another exciting sample contributed by Chris Lovett (Github) from Microsoft Research about running Embedded Learning Library (ELL) on MXChip IoT DevKit to achieve the keyword spotting locally.
Now Azure IoT Edge for VS Code 1.6.0 has been released with a bunch of new features.
Really another milestone! We are glad to see that the Azure IoT Toolkit for VS Code has reached 200K installs now, with all 5-star ratings. More and more Azure IoT developers are using Azure IoT Toolkit in their daily work.
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.
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.
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.