Monthly Archives: September 2013

Microsoft updates Windows Phone App Studio

Microsoft has updated its Windows Phone App Studio in a bid to encourage app development for its Windows Phone Platform. The update improves both the graphical diversity of apps and SkyDrive integration.  In an earlier post, we reported that Microsoft’s Windows Phone App Store had exceeded 30,000 applications within the first two days, Microsoft was not expecting such demand and had to limit [...]

Embarcadero launches RAD Studio XE5

RAD Studio is a unique application which eases the cost and complexity of creating mobile applications by allowing true native deployment across Windows, Mac, iOS and (with the introduction of XE5) now Android. With RAD Studio's multi-device app development, developers don't have to maintain separate development projects to deliver apps natively for multiple devices (PCs, [...]

Nokia wants to hear from you!

Updating your app benefits everyone. The more you work on it, the better the experience becomes. By extension, the people that download your apps will be happier too, because they will see all of the work you are doing. If you’ve ever published an app to the Windows Phone Store, Nokia wants to hear from [...]

Microsoft has released its new Windows 8.1 update ahead of schedule

Microsoft has decided to give developers access to the new Windows 8.1 update so they can start testing and developing before the public release.   Developers who subscribed to Microsoft’s TechNet and MSDN developer services were allowed access to new releases before consumers to ensure the new versions did not break their code for their applications.  Microsoft’s developer community is [...]