You got the power this week with Windows Developer. From flight control and IoT kit updates, to the magic of camera APIs, read on to learn about the new capabilities to deliver more control over your apps.
Package rollout power
You might have streamlined your app management with the rollout of the Windows Submission API earlier this year. Now, we’ve released two new features for the API that give you more power over package rollouts. Click below to learn more.
We've got updates to the @WindowsStore submission API – check them out here: https://t.co/eSLeC0ekab
— Windows Developer #LastSlice???? (@windowsdev) October 17, 2016
IoT for you and me
Adafruit and Seeed are our latest partners bringing IoT to all developers with easy-to-use kits. Adafruit’s Windows 10 IoT Core Starter Kit not only gets you started quickly, but the new version also includes an upgrade to the new Rasperry Pi 3. Seeed Studio’s Grove Starter Kit for IoT is also based on Raspberry Pi, and it builds on the great design work that Seeed and their partner Dexter Industries have done around the Grove connector. Click through to get the latest on the new kits.
Beginner? Visionary? Either way, get your device experimentation on with #Windows10 via #IoT starter kits. https://t.co/OXKE9Lg1LU
— Windows Developer #LastSlice???? (@windowsdev) October 18, 2016
Magic with camera APIs
Almost any device you pick up these days has a camera in it, unlocking real time opportunities like never before. So take advantage! Open up a world of opportunities for your app and end users with the magic of camera API development skills, outlined in our latest App Dev on Xbox blog post. Click through for the walk-through.
Make your camera API picture perfect with a dash of cloud intelligence in the latest App Dev for @Xbox post: https://t.co/iDyXJ9h5T8 pic.twitter.com/ijKaZHPNam
— Windows Developer #LastSlice???? (@windowsdev) October 21, 2016
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