The Visual Studio Subscriptions team wants to do everything we can to support you, wherever you’re at during this tough time. We’ve got some suggestions for staying productive at home, and ways that you can take advantage of benefits in your Visual Studio subscription to maximize this time of great uncertainty.
We recently released the 1.0 version of our Visual Studio Code Docker extension, which is the first general availability (GA) release. The Docker extension makes it easier to build apps that leverage Docker containers.
Welcome to the November update of Azure IoT Tools!
In this November release, you will see the new standalone simulator for Azure IoT Edge development, the support of Vcpkg for IoT Plug and Play development and more new features.
Deploy Event Grid module on Azure IoT Edge
Event Grid on IoT Edge brings the power and flexibility of Azure Event Grid to the edge for all pub/sub and event driven scenarios.
Welcome to the October update of Azure IoT Tools!
In this October release, you will see the totally new experience of sending device-to-cloud messages and Azure IoT Device Provisioning Service support in Visual Studio Code.
New experience of sending device-to-cloud messages
Welcome to the August update of Azure IoT Tools!
In this release of August, we have made several feature and improvements!
IoT Plug and Play tooling public preview
On August 22, 2019, we released a preview of IoT Plug and Play.
Welcome to the July update of IoT Tooling!
In the release, we have made a lot of features and improvements for our IoT developers!
General Availability of IoT Edge tooling
Azure IoT Edge was released in the year of 2017. With near two years’ continuous working on the Azure IoT Edge Tooling,
When doing development for Azure IoT solutions, developers may want to test and debug their cloud solution with a real device. However, not every developer has a real device in their hand. With the Azure IoT Tools for Visual Studio Code, you can easily use Visual Studio Code as a device simulator to quickly interact with Azure IoT Hub.
Last week at Build, we announced general availability of Azure Dev Spaces. This add-on for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) enables your team to develop applications with cloud velocity. Run your service in a live AKS cluster and test it end-to-end, without affecting your teammates.
The Time Travel Debugging (TTD) preview in Visual Studio Enterprise 2019 provides the ability to record a Web app running on a Azure Virtual Machine (VM) and then accurately reconstruct and replay the execution path. TTD integrates with our Snapshot Debugger offering and allows you to rewind and replay each line of code however many times you want, helping you isolate and identify problems that might only occur in production environments.
If you’re interested in cloud development, or simply want to learn more about new development tools, techniques, and frameworks, Visual Studio Subscription includes a wide range of benefits you can use. The level of benefits you have depends on your subscription type. Learn more in this post.