The C# Developer’s Guide to Shipping Better Apps with Visual Studio App Center

James Montemagno

At our annual Microsoft Connect event in November, we announced the General Availability of Visual Studio App Center, combining our best developer services, incuding Xamarin Test Cloud and HockeyApp, into one free, easy-to-use cloud service to help you ship better apps, faster. From building in the cloud to automatically testing on thousands of real devices, distributing to testers and app stores, and monitoring real-time crash and analytics data, Visual Studio App Center fully supports Xamarin apps.

Many of you have already starting using App Center, but we know some of you haven’t had a chance to try it out yet. To help you jumpstart a year of shipping amazing apps, we’ve rounded up our favorite resources that we think everyone will find useful, whether you’ve already started playing with App Center or are just starting out.

If you’re completely new to Visual Studio App Center, this introductory session from Microsoft Connect(); is a great place to start.

To get up and running with DevOps, you’ll want to check out this session on CI/CD DevOps Pipeline for Mobile Apps and Services.

Whether you’re new to mobile or are looking to improve your 15th, 50th, or 650th app, Visual Studio App Center makes it easier than ever to simplify and automate your iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS app lifecycle, all in one place.

Getting Started Videos

These short, technical videos will get you up and running with Visual Studio App Center quickly.

The Best of the Visual Studio App Center Blog

These informational “how-to” style posts have everything you need to start building better apps, faster.

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