Extending platform commonality through universal Windows apps
Today during our BUILD conference in San Francisco we unveiled the latest Windows software for phones, tablets, and PCs. 1,222 more words
SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft today introduced “universal Windows apps” — a way for developers to construct applications for phones, tablets, and personal computers.
“Google and Apple, they have a different approach — they want you to create one app for phones and tablets and a different app for phones and laptop,” David Treadwell, corporate vice president in Microsoft’s operating systems group, said at the company’s Build conference here today. 201 more words
And we’re back for a second run already. Do you remember how last time we talked about classes (object blueprints) and namespaces (blueprint bags) and what they represent? 4,356 more words