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Microsoft has announced a new feature in Windows 10 and has released a series of SDKs to help developers to port their code for the Web, .NET, Win32, Android and iOS to Windows 10.
“Microsoft welcomed all developers to the Universal Windows Platform by announcing four new software development toolkits that will make it easy to bring their code for the Web, .NET, Win32, iOS and Android to the Windows Store with minimal code modifications. This will enable developers to start with an existing code base such as Android or iOS, integrate with the Universal Windows Platform capabilities, and then distribute their new application through the Windows Store.”, the company said in a press release.
Recently, we have seen Microsoft partnering with Cyanogen which will allow Microsoft to feature its apps on Cyanogen based devices.