TNWiki Article Spotlight – Microsoft Azure Search Client Library for .NET Framework

Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday.

Microsoft Azure Search is one of the latest features on Azure. It provides all features needed for building search services without some of its complexities. The client library covers all things you need to work with it from .NET. Mang Alex created an article which should help you to get started - Microsoft Azure Search Client Library for .NET Framework. It shows the operations for managing the search service, document operations and query operations. Additionally to an introduction to the different areas this article contains a lot of code snippets you can use to get started.

Happy search-service-building!

- German Ninja Jan (TwitterBlogProfile)

Comments (6)

  1. I love Alex’s article! Thanks, Jan!

  2. Alex Mang says:

    Thanks guys for the appreciation and wonderful thoughts. Since I’ve published my article, I focused a lot on updating the .NET client for Azure Search and will publish an update on NuGet very soon. I don’t want to spoil any surprise, but do expect bug
    fixes I was fortunate enough to find with tons of testing, performance improvements and many new features, covering almost all of Azure Search’s features available today. ETA: aprox. 2 more days 🙂

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