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.
Harnessing the wisdom of the community, Visual Studio IntelliCode is revolutionizing developer productivity. We started with AI-assisted IntelliSense and are now expanding the application of artificial intelligence to accelerate learning, radically improve development agility, and increase code quality whole line completions and refactoring.
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 Java on Visual Studio Code!
In this update, we’d like to share a couple new refactoring features, semantic selection as well as some other enhancements we delivered during last few weeks.
Trigger rename after extract to variable/constant/method
After performing extract to variable/constant/method refactoring,
Welcome to the June update of Java on Visual Studio Code!
Earlier this month, we shared our new Java Installer for Visual Studio Code, which aims to help new Java developers to get their environment ready and start coding in just a few clicks.
It’s been almost 3 years since the first Java language server was developed during a hackathon in a small conference room at Microsoft’s Zurich office with people from Red Hat, IBM, Codenvy and Microsoft, which later became one of the most popular extensions for Visual Studio Code with more than 2.7 million installations.
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.
Today we’re excited to announce the private preview of a set of developer services that enable you to work from anywhere, and on any device, complete with the most intelligent productivity and collaboration tools in the industry.