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Unveiling our 6-Month Roadmap for Java on Azure Developer Tools

Hi everyone, welcome to the October update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will share our investments for the next few months of Java on Azure Developer Tools. Besides, we will also introduce the support for VMWare Tanzu App Accelerator extension in the VS Code Extension for Azure Spring Apps. We hope you enjoy these updates and ...

Announcing the Build Server for Gradle Open-Source Repository

Build Server for Gradle In September, we shared that Microsoft and Gradle have joined forces to explore a novel approach to Gradle project import and building, based on the Build Server Protocol (BSP). The objective is address the existing Gradle issues on Visual Studio Code and improve support for Gradle projects. The Build Server for ...

Jakarta EE on Azure – November 2023

Hi everyone, welcome to the November update for Jakarta EE on Azure. Microsoft partners with Jakarta EE application server vendors to create Azure Marketplace offers – with Solution Templates and Base Images that allow customers to quickly deploy their software on Azure Virtual Machines, Azure Kubernetes Service, Azure Red Hat OpenShift, and...
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Java on Azure Tooling Update – September 2023

Hi everyone, welcome to the September update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce our support for Azure OpenAI Service and Playground, which lets developers use prompts and settings to experiment with various models from OpenAI, and generate code samples based on Java SDK, JSON and Curl. We have also brought some updates...

Announcing Microsoft Build of OpenJDK 21

Today we are excited to share the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK 21 binaries for download. The release of Java 21, which includes both Language and Virtual Machine specifications changes, contains a series of features that sets Java 21 apart from many previous releases. Similarly to how Java 5 changed Java development with the introduction of ...

Elevating Java Development in Visual Studio Code: Experience the new Build Server for Gradle

Introducing Build Server for Gradle In recent years, Gradle has become one of the most popular Java build tools due to its flexibility in configuring build processes and its powerful extensibility. In Visual Studio Code, users can import Gradle projects into their workspace for development. However, there are some areas where support for ...

Reliable Web App Pattern on Azure for Java

To help you understand and use the RWA pattern, we’ve created a comprehensive collection of materials that describe it in full. You can review the documentation and access the production-quality and ready-to-deploy web application - Reference Implementation. The Reliable Web App Pattern We’re excited to announce the release of a new ...
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Microsoft at Devoxx Belgium 2023: Pioneering the Future of Java with Intelligent Apps

Microsoft is thrilled to be part of the 20th edition of Devoxx Belgium from October 2-6, in Antwerp, Belgium. Last year's event attracted over 3,200 attendees, and this year is shaping up to be equally impactful. The conference will cover Cloud, Big Data, Security, Architecture, Programming Languages, and importantly, the evolving fields of AI...

Java on Azure Tooling Update – August 2023

Hi everyone, welcome to the August update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce new application-centric view support to help developers manage and connect resources in one Project view and deployment status improvement for Azure App Service. We hope you like this feature and enjoy smooth experience with our Azure toolkit...