Azure SDK for .NET
To get started with a library, see the README.md file located in the library's project folder. You can find these library folders grouped by service in the /sdk directory.
For tutorials, samples, quick starts, and other documentation, go to Azure for .NET Developers.
Client: November 2019 Releases
New wave of packages that we are announcing as GA and several that are currently releasing in preview. These libraries follow the Azure SDK Design Guidelines for .NET and share a number of core features such as HTTP retries, logging, transport protocols, authentication protocols, etc., so that once you learn how to use these features in one client library, you will know how to use them in other client libraries. You can learn about these shared features at Azure.Core.
These preview libraries can be easily identified by their folder, package, and namespaces names starting with 'Azure', e.g. Azure.Storage.Blobs.
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 are production-ready. These libraries provide similar functionalities to the preview packages, as they allow you to use and consume existing resources and interact with them, for example: upload a storage blob. Stable library directories typically contain 'Microsoft.Azure' in their names, e.g. 'Microsoft.Azure.KeyVault'. 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 server resources. They are directly mirroring Azure service's REST endpoints. Management library directories typically contain the word 'Management' in their names, e.g. 'Microsoft.Azure.Management.Storage'.
- For reference documentation visit the Azure SDK for .NET API Reference.
- For tutorials, samples, quick starts, and other documentation, go to Azure for .NET Developers.
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