Microsoft Rolls-Out Its Windows 10 SDK To Help Developers Build Universal Apps

Microsoft has rolled out the Windows 10 SDK, giving developers the green light to start building universal applications that work across mobiles, tablets and PCs running on Windows 10. The SDK is part of Windows 10 Technical Preview tools.
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In order to start building apps, developers will need to sign up for the Windows Insider Program, update to the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview build, and install both Visual Studio 2015 Community Technology Preview (CTP) 6 and Windows 10 Technical Preview tools.
With Windows 10 the company will come ever closer to its ‘One Windows’ dream, allowing developers to create universal apps that use the same runtime, a similar set of APIs and even the same development tools.
[via: ZDNet]

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