Since Visual Studio Mobile Center in preview was announced last fall, there has been “an amazing response from the developer community” who have “kicked the tires of our lifecycle services, and provided feedback to help us create the simplest, most effective way to build, test, deploy, and monitor mobile apps from a single service,” writes Keith Ballinger, director of program management for Mobile Developer Cloud Services.

“As we head toward general availability, we’ve incorporated that feedback into our roadmap, added new services, doubled down on existing services, and increased the size of our engineering team to make it all happen,” Ballinger says.

Visual Studio Mobile Center works with you, wherever you are, and whatever your toolset, Ballinger writes. “Any iOS or Android developer working in Objective-C, Swift, Java, or React Native or Xamarin, you can take advantage of everything we offer, from continuous integration to testing to release management and analytics.”

To learn more, visit The Visual Studio Blog.

Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff


Source: https://blogs.microsoft.com/firehose...ked-the-tires/