Azure Service Bus is a message-queueing technology. In this introductory blog, you will learn what Azure Service Bus is and when to use it, see examples of how to set up and use it, and find the resources you need to learn more or to try it out yourself.
In this post, we will set up continuous deployment using Azure’s Deployment Center. Continuous Deployment is used to shorten the release cycle and quickly get code pushed to its target environment. This is especially useful when code is completed in small increments. Automated testing should be used as part of this process to produce stable code. This blog will focus on the continuous deployment.
Push notifications are a vital feature for today’s enterprise mobile applications. Why are they so important? They allow the business to communicate with its users without requiring the application to be in an open state.
Xamarin.Forms allows developers to create user interfaces in XAML with code behind it in C#, which then renders as native controls on iOS and Android platforms.
In this blog, we go through a step-by-step tutorial for setting up and configuring push notifications on Xamarin.Forms applications using Azure Notification Hub. Let’s dive right in.
We are excited to announce Keyhole Software’s partnership with Microsoft to sponsor Azure App Modernization and Innovation Day on April 15, 2020.
During this free community event, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about Azure developer services and the latest on industry trends from Azure application development experts.
The agenda for the day will include three presentations with topics such as Azure App Services, Serverless Computing, Microservices & Containers, DevOps on Azure, AI for Developers and more!
In this blog we discuss basic concepts surrounding quantum qubits (quantum entanglement, superposition, and decoherence), relate superposition to the “Bloch Sphere,” obtain a random value by measuring a qubit in superposition, and present a Q# quantum number generator (QRNG) that generates random numbers to the console…