Microsoft developer and tools division today announced several new releases for developers around the world. The most notable ones are the Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 and Azure SDK 2.4. Find the list of releases below,
- Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 a feature-filled update for all Visual Studio 2013 users.
- Azure SDK 2.4 an updated SDK of Azure tools for Visual Studio developers to take advantage of the cloud for infrastructure, platform, and dev/test services.
- Windows Phone 8.1 Update including new emulators to help developers test their apps on the latest Windows Phone 8.1 release.
The updated CTP2 of the Multi-Device Hybrid Apps tools includes includes support for developers on Windows 7 desktops, debugging support for Android <4.4 and across-the-board quality, reliability and performance improvements. With the new Azure SDK, for Virtual Machines, Visual Studio developers can now configure and create snapshots, create new virtual machines from saved snapshots, and remote debug 32-bit virtual machines. And for Storage, developers can now get read access to geo-redundant storage, and can view storage activity logs.
Read all about the release here.