|Microsoft Adds New Azure SDKs|
|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Thursday, 25 July 2019|
Microsoft says the SDKs provide access to new service features. More importantly, the libraries are all the first release of a complete rewrite to ensure consistency, idiomatic design, and excellent developer experience and productivity. The changes form a new set of standards across the Azure SDKs.
The team behind the SDKs says because Azure has been changing so rapidly in terms of its capabilities, working out how best to make those facilities available to developers has been tricky. Now that some Azure services have matured, it's become clearer what developers needed to gain access to.
Because of this, the development team have put together a set of objectives for SDKs based on developer feedback. Those were:
The new SDKs and the guidelines are all available on GitHub
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