The Azure SDK team is pleased to announce our July 2019 client library preview. This represents the first release of a ground-up rewrite of our client libraries to ensure consistency, idiomatic design, productivity, and an excellent developer experience. This preview includes new libraries for Storage (Blobs, Queues, and Files), Key Vault (Secrets and Keys), Event Hubs, Cosmos, and Identity.
To install any of our packages, please search for them via
Manage NuGet Packages... in Visual Studio (with
Include prerelease checked) or copy these commands into your terminal:
$> dotnet add package Azure.Storage.Blobs --version 12.0.0-preview.1 $> dotnet add package Azure.Storage.Queues --version 12.0.0-preview.1 $> dotnet add package Azure.Storage.Files --version 12.0.0-preview.1 $> dotnet add package Azure.Security.KeyVault.Secrets --version 4.0.0-preview.1 $> dotnet add package Azure.Security.KeyVault.Keys --version 4.0.0-preview.1 $> dotnet add package Azure.Messaging.EventHubs --version 5.0.0-preview.1 $> dotnet add package Microsoft.Azure.Cosmos --version 188.8.131.52-preview $> dotnet add package Azure.Identity --version 1.0.0-preview.2
If you have a bug or feature request for one of the libraries, please file an issue in our repo.
Detailed changelogs are linked from the Quick Links below. Here are some of the highlights:
- New client libraries were created using the Azure SDK Design Guidelines for .NET resulting in consistent API patterns and shared features like automatic retries, authentication, logging, configurable transport pipelines, exceptions, mocking, etc.
- Support for Azure Active Directory credentials using our new Identity library that embrace the future of authentication across Azure services.
- Parity across synchronous and asynchronous APIs offering a choice appropriate to your application.
See Nov Release