Today, we announced four new SDKs, enabling developers to start with an existing code base, integrate with the Universal Windows Platform capabilities, and then distribute their new application through the Windows Store to the one billion Windows 10 devices.
The code bases enabled by these SDKs are:
● Web sites
● .NET and Win32
● Android Java/C++
● iOS Objective C
The company announced that Adobe plans to bring its Photoshop Elements and Premier Elements apps to the Windows Store, using the SDK for Win32 applications and that King has already used the Objective C SDK to bring Candy Crush Saga to Windows Phone.
If bringing iOS apps to Windows Phone is really as easy as Microsoft suggests, it could be a big help to its platform which has struggled to gain developer support.
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