You can now rapidly setup DevOps project that includes Continous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) for your Azure IoT Edge application using Azure DevOps Project. Azure DevOps has everything you need to build your software product from envisioning to put in into end-users hands. Azure DevOps Project makes it very easy to get started on Setting up code… Read More »
You can now search in Locals, Autos and Watch Windows in Visual Studio 2019. The recent version of Visual Studio introduced several features. Enhanced search experience in Debugging Windows is one of them. In the new debugging experience, you can find the search option in the Autos, Locals, and Watch window while debugging.
You can now Restore solution explorer state in Visual Studio 2019. Restore solution explorer state allows you to start your work precisely from where you left when you close your Visual Studio IDE. Visual Studio 2019 can now restore the solution explorer state and resume the state when Visual Studio is open again.
You can now view clipboard ring history in Visual Studio 2019. If you ever wonder what is “Clipboard Ring” feature in Visual Studio? Well, It is all about copy multiple code block, and past them as and when need. Yes, in Visual Studio, you can copy multiple lines of code and keep them in clipboard memory and past… Read More »
Azure Logic Apps extension for Visual Studio Code gives Azure developers set of powerful commands and tooling support to working with Azure Logic Apps. With the help of this extension for Visual Studio Code, you can quickly create, debug, and manage Azure Logic Apps. The extension also helps developers to run and resubmit the logic app, along with… Read More »
You can now invoke Azure Functions from Azure Data Factory pipeline. Azure Data Factory is a fully managed, cloud-based data orchestration service that enables data movement and transformation. You can create, schedule and manage your data transformation and integration at a scale with the help of Azure Data Factory (ADF). Azure Function let us execute small pieces of… Read More »
You can now choose your default view in Azure Portal. Azure Portal now allow us to select the default view as either Home View or a Dashboard View. Choosing the dashboard view will allow us to have a Dashboard to start with along with the ability to choose different dashboards. Having Home View will let you select Azure services… Read More »