Azure Communication Services - Samples and Tools
This repo collates SDKs, roadmap information, release notes, and samples for developers using Azure Communication Services. This repo is not open to contributions at this time, though many of the linked SDKs are open-source and allow contributions.
Find here: - SDKs - Download client libraries - Roadmap - Review priorities for current and future service development - Release Notes - Find collated release notes for the service and SDKs
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Our roadmap communicates features currently in development (private preview) and on-going priorities for extending the scope of Azure Communication Services. It will continue to evolve based on market changes and customer feedback, so please note that the plans outlined here are not exhaustive or guaranteed. We welcome your feedback on the roadmap: please feel free to contribute to existing issues or file a new issue.
Azure Communication Services capabilities are conceptually organized into six areas. Most areas have fully open-sourced client libraries programmed against published REST APIs that you can use directly over the Internet. The Calling client library uses proprietary network interfaces and is currently closed-source. More information on REST APIs and SDKs is in docs.microsoft.com.
Package links are aggregated below.
Release notes are avaiable directly in the publishing location (e.g. nuget) for SDKs. However every two weeks we aggregate release notes including services changes (e.g. new Azure Portal pages) in this repo.
In many cases we maintain a perpetual changelog at a library level which is linked below.
We encourage developers to submit questions, suggest features, and report problems as issues in this repo. Other forums include: