Microsoft Offers Testers Access to Its Dev Box Virtual Workstation

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All interested testers can now access Microsoft’s Dev Box service, which offers pre-configured developer workstations in the cloud.

On August 15, Microsoft has made its cloud-based developer-workstation service, Microsoft Dev Box, available for public preview. Dev Box, which was introduced earlier this year at Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference, is intended to let developers concentrate on writing code rather than managing infrastructure. Any developer IDE, software development kit, or tool that runs on Windows is supported by Microsoft Dev Box.

Dev Box is a tool that developers can use to build desktop, mobile, IoT, and/or web applications. Any Windows, MacOS, Android, or iOS device, as well as a web browser, can access Dev Box.

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