Windows Phone 8.1-sdk brings support Modern UI apps to mobile




Microsoft has released a software development kit for Windows Phone 8.1. Falls from the sdk to deduce that in version 8.1 support for universal apps come; thus developers should make apps for Windows Mobile and desktop simultaneously fit.

The innovations found in the Windows Phone 8.1-sdk by The Verge wrote . It appears that Microsoft provides support for developing in the. Appx container, which is also used. For the Modern UI apps for the desktop version of Windows in the new SDK This indicates that the new SDK software developers can develop both the mobile and desktop version of the OS works, Microsoft hinted earlier that one. It is not yet clear to what extent mobile and desktop integrated as Microsoft has done here yet. Any statements about

The Verge also notes that it is possible to choose Windows Phone 8.1. Other “-default apps Thus, it is possible to run the application that text messages are adjustable to a third-party app received. Microsoft also the battery indicator and improved multitasking menu. Users in Windows Phone 8.1 standard the ability to log on to Apple’s iCloud and beyond the mobile version of Internet Explorer 11 included, inter alia, the appearance of YouTube videos has improved. Windows Phone 8.1 also has support for VPN and the interface for the camera has been updated.

It is striking that Microsoft integration with Facebook in Windows Phone 8.1 seems to have removed: support for the social-networking site is not present in the SDK, and Twitter integration there is. Also the earlier rumors surfaced Action Center notifications are not present in the SDK, as well as support for Bing functionality. This indicates that Microsoft withholds some cases, probably until the new version of the OS is officially launched.

A developer version of Windows Phone 8.1 Build presented at the meeting organized by Microsoft in April. Expected With the release of the SDK, developers can already make their apps compatible with the new version of the mobile OS.


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