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  1. Stateful Web API service template

    Out of the box Azure Service Fabric does not have Stateful Web API service template. I would like to have that.

    Here is related stackoverflow question http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37842425/stateful-web-api-service-in-service-fabric-in-vs-2015-update-2

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  2. Support continuous integration on build machines without the SDK installed

    To build service fabric applications (*.sfproj) a MS Build .props and .target file are required. Those files are installed by the Service Fabric SDK. This presents a challenge in continuous deployment pipelines (ours is on Team Build) where a best practice is to keep build machines in a known, clean and maintainable state.

    We would like to build Service Fabric apps in Team Build, but we don't want to install a specific version of the Service Fabric SDK onto those machines.

    One solution could be to package the service fabric build artifacts as a nuget package, and then have *.sfproj

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  3. Enable a cross-platform development story (along with publishing)

    The x-plat story for PaaS is a huge help for adoption (Win/OSX/Linux). Most other dev stories are getting this attention in the MSFT space; seems a shame not to enable creation of first-class cloud systems along with the next killer mobile/web app.

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