WinJS Everywhere

 This post was authored by Rachel Nizhnikova, Program Manager, Windows Ecosystem & Frameworks Team The Windows Library for JavaScript (WinJS) project is pleased to announce the general availability of its first release – WinJS 3.0 – since the open source project began at //BUILD 2014. The WinJS 3.0 release offers customers: Cross-browser/cross-platform support spanning the… Read more

Responding to app reviews: benefits and guidelines

Last April, we announced the possibility for developers to respond to user customer reviews, and last month we completed the rollout of this feature. Developers who see the “respond” option in Dev Center are ready to respond to customer reviews of Windows Phone apps. We have seen very quick adoption of this feature, starting with… Read more

5 photo tips: Burst mode, secretive selfies, and more

I’ve recently started taking advantage of my Lumia 1020’s double-take inducing photo capabilities. This isn’t your typical camera phone—harnessing its power properly can be intimidating. Luckily, the 1020 (and most all other Windows Phones) comes with some useful camera settings that have helped me fool my Facebook friends into thinking I have some semblance of… Read more

The Secure Mobility Faceoff: Laptop and VDI Versus Windows To Go

The last time I blogged about Windows To Go was to share new features and functionality added with Windows 8.1. Prior to that I covered, frequently asked questions from customer discussions and detailed the importance of using certified drives. My conversations with customers continue to center on two key use cases: Bring your own device… Read more