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ICYMI – Your weekly TL;DR

By Windows Apps Team

Busy coding weekend ahead? Before you go heads-down, get the latest from this week in Windows Developer Getting Started with a Mixed Reality Platformer Using Microsoft HoloLens The platform game genre has undergone many revolutions – and with mixed reality… Read more

PC

Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 15042 Released

By Clint Rutkas

Today, we released a new Windows 10 Creators Update SDK Preview to be used in conjunction with Windows 10 Insider Preview (Build 15042 or greater). The Preview SDK is a pre-release and cannot be used in a production Please only install the… Read more

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ICYMI – Your weekly TL;DR

By Windows Apps Team

We hope you have a great weekend, but before you head out the door, take a look below to see what you might’ve missed this week in Windows App Extensibility and the Microsoft Affiliate Program Join the Visual Studio 2017… Read more

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ICYMI – Your weekly TL;DR

By Windows Apps Team

Hi developers, Hope you had a good Here is your weekly ICYMI rounding up the links and blogs of the week! The Cognitive Service API Series Check this series out to learn about all of our new Cognitive Service HoloLens… Read more

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ICYMI – Your weekly TL;DR

By Windows Apps Team

What a week! In addition to the Windows Developer Day - Creators Update that took over our feeds on Wednesday, we also released a new Insider Preview, , and the Project Rome Android That’s not even all! Take a look… Read more

IoT, PC

Using SQLite databases in UWP apps

By Gautam Kanumuru

For many developers, SQLite has become the preferred client-side technology for data It is a server-less, embedded, open-source database engine that satisfies most local data access There are numerous advantages that come with its use, many of which are explained… Read more

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ICYMI – Six Updates and a New SDK

By Windows Apps Team

Dev Center Acquisition & Engagement Platform Successful developers use various channels to spread the word about their apps, such as Facebook, Twitter, popular blogs or Windows Dev Center’s own “Promote your app” We’ve grown this solution over the past two… Read more