Microsoft releases a new update (November 2022) to Azure SDK. The latest update brings new features, improvements, and fixes. In this release, Microsoft added support for Python 3.11 and marked the minimum supported Node.js version as 14.
Numerous older Azure SDK libraries that do not comply with the Azure SDK Guidelines have been retired (deprecated) and support will end in 2023, said Microsoft. To learn the highlights of Azure SDK November 2022 Update, continue reading further.
Azure SDK Release Highlights (November 2022)
- Azure Communication Calling for iOS
- New beta release with added support for audio start/stop and recordings start/stop.
- Added raw outgoing video feature. Users can now send
CVImageBufferframes to a call through a virtual video stream as an alternative to camera source (local video stream).
- New stable release: Read more on our blog.
- Azure Identity
- New beta release for C++
- Azure Load Testing
- Azure Maps for Java
- Azure Monitor Open Telemetry
- Azure SDK for C
- New stable release with added Azure Device Update for IoT Hub support, enabling Over-the-Air updates for embedded devices.
- Azure SDK for Go Management Libraries
- Azure SDK for .NET Management Libraries
- Azure SDK for Python Management Libraries
- Call Automation for .NET and Java
- Cognitive Service for Language SDK
- Conversational Language Understanding for .NET and Python: new beta releases
- Administration: added
KeyVaultSettingsClientto managed existing settings on Managed HSMs.
- Keys: added Octet Key Pair (OKP), Edwards Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (EdDSA), and Ed25519 curve support.
- Personalizer for Python
- Spring Cloud Azure for Java
- New stable and beta release: Read more on our blog.
- Storage Files Data Lake for C++
- New beta and stable release
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