Azure Boards recently announced a summer roundup of what’s new, and here is a quick snapshot.
Xamarin.Forms 4.7 was released in June with a host of improvements. As with all Xamarin.Forms releases, every feature update brings you more customisation, faster coding and an expansion of options to create with.
The past few months have seen a range of new capabilities added to Azure Monitor, most recently there has been some updates to Insights. Here is a quick round-up:
Recent enhancements of Azure Files provide improvements to multiple data protection strategies. Azure Files provides a systematic approach to ensuring your data is available, backed up, and recoverable, here are some recent announcements in this area:
Google and Apple have produced Exposure Notification APIs through Bluetooth Low Energy to aid in contact tracing. The Xamarin team has been following the development closely and the first preview of bindings for Android and iOS Exposure APIs is now out.
As with all areas of Azure we are seeing updates and new features constantly. With Azure Cosmos DB, these are features to make possible swift application development across teams and enhanced enterprise-level security accessible to apps of any magnitude or scope.
Microsoft has announced a cloud-native execution of HTAP called Azure Synapse Link. A capability which eliminates the obstacles between Azure operational database services and Azure Synapse Analytics.
Xamarin.Forms regular updates bring us a range of improvements. An interesting new feature from version 3.6 was the addition of Material Design controls from Google which allows you to match the default Android experience. Xamarin.Forms 4.6 is now building on this addition with further bindings to the Google library and added styling support.
Azure maps received several updates in April. Here is a quick roundup of recently added features. From Batch Services to display building models.
April brought us the release of Xamarin.Essentials 1.5, bringing us further simplification of intricate native features.