For your convenience, each service has a separate set of libraries that you can choose to use instead of one, large Azure package. To get started with a specific library, see the README.md file located in the library's project folder. You can find service libraries in the
Each service might have a number of libraries available from each of the following categories:
Client: November 2019 Releases
New wave of packages that we are announcing as GA and several that are currently releasing in preview on
npm. These libraries allow you to use and consume existing resources and interact with them. These libraries share a number of core functionalities found in the Azure Core package such as retries, logging, transport protocols, authentication protocols, etc. Learn more about these libraries by reading the guidelines that they follow.
The libraries released in the November 2019 GA release:
The libraries released in the November 2019 preview:
NOTE: If you need to ensure your code is ready for production use one of the stable, non-preview libraries.
Client: Previous Versions
Last stable versions of packages that have been provided for usage with Azure and are production-ready. These libraries provide you with similar functionalities to the Preview ones as they allow you to use and consume existing resources and interact with them, for example: upload a blob. They might not implement the guidelines or have the same feature set as the Novemeber releases. They do however offer wider coverage of services.
Libraries which enable you to provision specific resources. They are responsible for directly mirroring and consuming Azure service's REST endpoints. You can recognize these libraries by
arm in their package names.
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