The tools are known by a couple of names but the bottom lines is that recent changes in the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update release is asking developers to move their desktop programs to the Windows Store as UWP apps....More
Microsoft has released the latest Software Development Kit build for the upcoming Creators Update so that developers can continue updating their apps for the next major feature release for Windows 10....More
Microsoft has moved all of their Windows Developer documentation to the companies new Docs service. This one stop shop will give you access to everything you need as you develop within the Microsoft stack....More
Microsoft's UWP Community Toolkit is a community supported collection of helper functions, custom controls, and app services for UWP apps on Windows 10 which can be used on PC, Xbox One, Mobile, HoloLens, and Surface devices.
What were the most important announcements from Microsoft Build last week?
Although attention has shifted to Microsoft's new Ignite conference, which began today in Chicago, here at DevPro Connections we want to know what resonated with you from last week's Build event in San Francisco.
Microsoft announced a lot of new developer related tools during the two keynotes.
They ranged from the new Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 Release Candidate, Office as a Platform, Outlook and Office Add-Ins and bridges for web; .NET/Win32; Android and iOS developers to port their code to Windows 10 Universal Apps.
In this survey we would like to hear from you on how you rank all those announcements so that we can provide you coverage of the areas that are important to you.
Just rank the answers in the order of importance for you before clicking Vote.
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