Windows Platform Developer Updates Feb 2016

  Windows 10 version 1511 is here, the first major update to Windows 10 since release in the summer. And it brings a number of exciting new features, such as the release of Windows 10 for Mobile, bringing Windows 10 to phone devices, including new phones supporting the amazing Continuum for Mobile where your phone…

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Microsoft HockeyApp–Distribute Beta Versions of your iOS, Android and Windows apps

The world’s best developers develop the world’s best apps for iOS, Android, OS X, and Windows on HockeyApp. Distribute beta versions, collect live crash reports, get feedback from real users and analyze test coverage. Bring DevOps to your apps by integrating with your existing build and work item management. Key features of Microsoft HockeyApp Distribution…

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Windows 10 IOT Core Beginners Walkthrough using Raspberry Pi 2 and the Fez Hat

In this walkthrough you learn all about 1. Raspberry Pi 2 device with Windows 10 Iot Core 2. FEZ HAT sensor hat. 3. Azure IoT Hub The walkthrough will guide you through using a Windows 10 Universal Application, the sensors get the raw data and format it into a JSON string. That string is then…

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Generating the correct logos for your Windows 10 UWP application package manifest

So have you struggled to generate all the required tile sizes for your Windows UWP application. Well fear not this is No Longer a chore!! Welcome to Visual Studio 2015 UWP Tile Generator which is available for FREE in the Visual Studio Gallery. https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/09611e90-f3e8-44b7-9c83-18dba8275bb2 There are some key things about developing logos for apps! and…

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Windows App Studio https://appstudio.windows.com/ Now supports WordPress to Windows 10 native app

  Windows App Studio Beta update brings some exciting new features The new features in this release focus on things that help empower students using Azure DreamSpark to create great WordPress blog and with App Studio create stunning native Windows Apps. So you’ve been thinking about building an app for a while now, you want…

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Windows Store now supports new single workflow for Age Rating,: IARC for all regional and international age ratings

Windows Store now supports the International Age Rating Coalition’s (IARC) age rating system is now being rolled out in phases throughout January New single workflow: IARC for all regional and international age ratings The IARC rating system is a global rating and age classification system for digitally-delivered games and apps. With IARC, you complete a…

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Unity Game Developer Contest 2016 1st Prize $25,000

  Taking your game to Windows is a cinch, and Microsoft has published some handy guidelines to walk you through the process. Once you’re done, publish to Windows Store, and you’ll connect with an audience of over 110 million. Plus, who knows, you could win up to $25,000. Lovely! 1st prize $25,000 2nd prize $10,000…

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Kinect developer preview for Windows 10!

https://dev.windows.com/en-us/kinect This preview adds support for using Kinect with the built-in Windows.Devices.Perception APIs, and it also provides beta support for using Kinect with Windows Hello. Getting started is easy. First, make sure you already have a working Kinect for Windows V2 attached to your Windows 10 PC.  The Kinect Configuration Verifier can make sure everything…

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