Posted February 07, 2020 09:02:53Microsoft’s pipeline for building and deploying new software is changing the way developers build applications.
It can now work on a wide range of cloud platforms and platforms that support enterprise computing.
Microsoft is also working on new APIs for developers to work with the pipeline.
The Microsoft Pipelines API for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android is now available on GitHub.
This API is a part of the Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 API, which is designed for developers and developers of cloud-based applications.
Microsoft announced the API last month, but it has yet to be officially released.
The API is designed to allow developers to build cloud-native apps and services that run on Microsoft platforms.
The company says the API will work on Windows, Linux and Android platforms, as well as Windows Azure.
To use the API, developers need to build a custom Visual Studio project that uses the Microsoft Pipeline API.
This project can then be deployed to Microsoft Azure to build an app or service that runs on a Microsoft cloud platform.
With the Microsoft pipeline, developers can deploy their apps and service to a cloud-hosted application server or cloud-managed app server.
For developers, this makes it easier to deploy their applications and services to cloud-enabled servers, and to make it easier for users to interact with their applications, the company says.
Microsoft Pipelines is designed with the goal of making cloud-computing more like what developers do in their day-to-day work, the developer said.
It also helps developers to scale applications.
The Microsoft pipeline is used by the Microsoft Azure platform, which has a variety of cloud offerings, including Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Azure IoT.
Microsoft says it has deployed more than 30 million developers to the Microsoft Cloud platform in the past six months.
The pipeline has already seen some significant changes, with the latest version, called the Microsoft Pipeline for Windows and macOS, available for developers on GitHub and Azure.