Spring is here and so is another weekend! Check out what you might have missed this week before diving into weekend projects.
Microsoft Store Services SDK launches support for interstitial banner ads
This week we announced the launch of interstitial banner ads support in the Microsoft Store Services SDK! Read more to learn how to add them to your apps.
Interstitial banner ads can earn up to 8-10 times more than standard banner ads. Add them to your app here: https://t.co/fnmyhFFOjZ
— Windows Developer #LastSlice???? (@windowsdev) March 27, 2017
Simplify payments in UWP Apps with the Payment Request API from Microsoft
The Windows 10 team wants to help you take advantage of new simplified payment options for Windows 10 UWP apps. Click through right here to find out how you can add these options into your apps.
— Windows Developer #LastSlice???? (@windowsdev) March 28, 2017
New MapControl features in Windows 10 Creators Update
We have updated the Maps platform for the Windows 10 Creators Update to give our maps a cleaner, more beautiful and realistic look so that it’s consistent between web and UWP apps.
Keep in mind that just because you can now make a pink map doesn't necessarily mean you should make a pink map. https://t.co/cWWlEGh7YO
— Windows Developer #LastSlice???? (@windowsdev) March 31, 2017
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Updated March 31, 2017 3:00 pm