Microsoft's web-based app maker, Windows App Studio, has been updated with some exciting new features. Key among them is the ability to link your app to a WordPress-based data source.
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Microsoft's Channel 9 has posted a new series of videos dedicated to getting developers up-to-date on the changes in Windows 10 version 1511. These videos are essentially an on-demand version of a live event that Microsoft recently held.
A few notes from around the web: Microsoft's Holiday Super Sale, a misunderstanding about the success of Kinect, wining some and losing some with universal apps, and some great Android dev videos.
This week, I was given the opportunity to go hands-on with the HoloLens augmented reality headset for a third time. You'll want to read this latest update.
Fans of Microsoft's Windows Live Writer---an ancient way to write blog posts---will be excited to hear that Microsoft has fulfilled is promise to open-source the classic Windows desktop application.
Microsoft will hold the next rendition of its developer-oriented Build conference from March 30 to April 1, 2016 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Here are some more tidbits from around the web: HP is abandoning low-end tablets, Apple open sources Swift, Microsoft ships Outlook add-on, and more.
The first major update for Visual Studio 2015, simply called Update 1, is now available, adding a number of improvements and bug fixes to Microsoft's IDE.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation today announced a new version of its kit-based computer dubbed the Pi Zero that costs just $5.
Microsoft was building a tool to make it easier for Android developers to port code to run in the Windows Store but that project is now on hold.
Here's what else is happening today. My guess on Project Astoria roadblocks, a confidence-inspiring error message, and supporting the return of MST3K.
Box has completed work on the universal app version of its cloud storage app, providing a single solution across Windows 10-based PCs, tablets, and phones
Microsoft has released an update to its web-based Windows App Studio tool that supports Windows 10, letting you build apps with no or minimal code.
Here's what's happening today: I'm coming to the UK with Mary Jo Foley in mid-November, the official Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer debuts, more.
When Microsoft first announced Windows 10 build 10565, it neglected to mention a very interesting new feature that is debuting in early form in this build.
Here's some great news for aspiring developers: Bob Tabor's amazing and free Windows 10 development for absolute beginners video series is now available.
On Monday, Microsoft announced the immediate availability of Visual Studio 2015, the software giant's full-featured software development IDE.
Microsoft announced today that it will RTM and release Visual Studio 2015 on July 20, 2015, just in time for the Windows 10 launch the following week.
Last week's three-day live video event, A Developer's Guide to Windows 10, is now available to download or stream for free.