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Store tiny bits of , such as user preferences and settings, in your mobile using Xamarin.Essentials Preferences API.

See how to get started: 

What's new with the App Service integration? What is KQL?

In the latest episode, @micwebnet returns to give us updates on some new capabilities available on Application Insights. Watch: 

Join the Dev Collective to get access to a catalog of free courses—covering topics from fundamentals to mastering Git to building cloud-connected apps and more.

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.NET Core patch updates will no longer include updated packages or container images for 1.0 and 1.1 after June 27, 2019.

Plan your upgrade to .NET Core 2.1 or 2.2 now:

Want to create, deploy, and test a web app in CloudShell with no tooling other than a browser?

See an example using : 

We just released the Framework February 2019 Preview of Quality Rollup.

Check out all the quality and reliability improvements we made:

Deploy Java code from a Git repository to using .

We'll look at two approaches:
• Pipeline as code
• Azure Pipelines visual designer

Get started: 

This week, you’ll see the , IoTDev, and Premier Developer blogs move to a new URL, while the additional developer blogs will transition over the coming weeks.

Suggest topics and tutorials you would like us to cover in future posts: 

Securely save into the system-wide key store/chain using Secure Storage.

On the latest Xamarin.Essentials API of the week, @JamesMontemagno shows you how to integrate the Secure Storage API into your apps. Watch: 

RT @WindowsDocs
Brand new Larry @osterman video today.

For some , Larry gives us his view on DCOM.

.@jeremylikness migrated his production app from v1 to v2 . He explains the process and the lessons he learned in detail: 

It covers:
• Business logic
• HTTP responses
• Proxies
• Testing
• Deploying and more

Infuse your retail apps, websites, and bots with intelligent algorithms.

On the latest episode of , @NoelleLaCharite shows you how to build engaging conversational apps using different Cognitive Services: 

See the most important concepts broken down into bite-sized lessons with exercises and labs.

Download the Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches e-book and start building your cloud computing skills: 

Security and open source—why are these two topics traditionally considered at odds?

@armon explains and talks about how and why HashiCorp Vault is a and open source product. Watch:

It's now easier to explore the latest news and content on our new, mobile-friendly tools and services blogs. We've added:
• More accurate categories and tags
• Social media sharing features

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