Windows 10 for developers is getting better and better. While the Windows Store app gap problem is still a huge issue for Microsoft and Windows 10, it may take some time for before Windows fans see the apps they want in the Windows Store. At the moment, there are plenty of helpful apps to get developers of any experience level started on creating Windows 10 apps.
During Build 2016, Microsoft revealed several big changes to the Dev Center to help developers earn more money with their apps. They also added new features to help improve the app submission process and app promotion. Here are the big ... Read more
Microsoft has been working quite a bit on improving the Dev Center throughout 2015 and 2016 and during this year’s Build opening keynote, Satya Nadella and Terry Myerson revealed exactly what changes and new features would be coming in the ... Read more
Microsoft has recently added a feature to the Dev Center where developers publish and manage their apps. The new feature allows developers to create promotional codes to share with new customers to get their apps for free, helping the developers to get their apps up ... Read more
More than almost anything else, apps are key to OS success. No matter how worthy or innovative, without the necessary developer support it is almost impossible to succeed; just look at Blackberry 10. Fully aware of this, on an official ... Read more
Microsoft is expanding the crash reporting function of Dev Center, allowing Windows and Windows Phone app developers to have quicker access to more detailed set of crash data. The Dev Center’s new unified dashboard gives app developers more comprehensive crash ... Read more
With the move to Windows 10 and a Universal App model, Microsoft is making a number of changes not only to the way developers can build and deploy apps, but to how they're managed. Microsoft is moving to a single ... Read more
Windows Phone app developers are well aware of Nokia's program called DVLUP, which aims to help Windows Phone app developers become successful. Microsoft has its own similar program, called Dev Center Benefits. Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 app developers are already ... Read more