State of the Azure SDK 2021

State of the Azure SDK 2021

State of the Azure SDK 2021. In 2020, we delivered significant improvements to the Azure developer experience. In this post, we take a look at some changes from last year and discuss what's planned for 2021.

In 2020, we delivered significant improvements to the Azure developer experience. In this post, we take a look at some changes from last year and discuss what's planned for 2021.

In July 2019, we announced the first preview libraries of the new Azure SDKs. These new libraries center the developer experience in our development process and guiding principles, as outlined in our General Guidelines. Accordingly, we are concentrating our efforts in developing first-party Azure SDKs that are:

  1. Idiomatic: SDKs are conventional with their target language and feel natural to developers.
  2. Consistent: SDKs are consistent across languages and services so that developers have a single experience and can support each other across development paradigms.
  3. Approachable: Great documentation, especially for first-time Azure users, is a priority to make getting started with Azure simple and quick.
  4. Diagnosable: Debugging is essential to the developer experience, and our libraries center discoverability and logging as fundamental features of each library.
  5. Dependable: Breaking changes are exceptions, not norms. Compatibility across library versions is a priority so that developers can seamlessly upgrade to the latest improvements.

Since our initial release in July 2019, we’ve grown to support 4 core languages across over a dozen Azure services, with 5 more languages on the way. Thanks to our engineering team and developers’ feedback, we’re on track to deliver an even better Azure development experience!

As the year 2021 begins, we thought we’d take some time to reflect on our progress and introduce our roadmap for progress to come.

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