Posted 05/27/2015 at 9:25 AM
Posted 2 years ago
Microsoft introduced new updates to their Windows App Studio designed to provide users with support for their latest operating system and a new incentive to dive right into what the studio has to offer.
The new beta site is crafted to produce apps for Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1.
After one designs an app, they are directed to a page where they can select their desired version as the next step after generating a package.
Once picked, you can download app packages and a way to observe the source code via the Virtual Studio project.
There are a slew of features available to get the most assistance in creating an app in the smoothest way possible.
One example lies in the new Bing Maps feature which now gives developers the opportunity to include maps in their application, correcting a design flaw from previous versions of the Studio.
There’s also a feature called Application Insights which gives developers the chance to observe app usage and gain analytics on app crashes, performance through a fleshed-out dashboard.
The new changes will be in tune with the release of Windows 10 globally this summer in 190 countries.