2 hours ago If you were hoping to learn how to use Microsoft’s new online tool, Jenkins, you can do just that.
The Jenkins team released a new article detailing some of the tools that are now available to users of Microsoft’s cloud-based software delivery platform.
The software-distribution platform allows developers to create, deploy, and manage applications and services that are written in Java or Ruby.
Microsoft announced that Jenkins, as of March 2, is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Microsoft has been slowly rolling out the new tools since July, when the company began providing the platform to developers.
Jenkins was originally created by Microsoft to help build applications for the Xbox, but the company also created an alternative version for the Linux platform.
Since then, Microsoft has added support for other platforms, including the Apple Mac and Linux platforms.
Jenkins, which was initially designed to be used in tandem with the Microsoft Visual Studio project management suite, has since been integrated into Microsoft’s existing productivity software.
Microsoft says that the new article is a comprehensive overview of the Jenkins suite.
The developer is also sharing information on new features in Jenkins and how to integrate it into your development workflow.
Microsoft is also promising a more detailed tutorial in the coming days.
For now, you’ll want to keep a close eye on the Microsoft Developer Blog.
The company says that developers can download Jenkins to their own machines.