30-04-2015, 14:48 #1
Introducing the Universal Windows Platform Bridges
'Project Westminster': toolkit for packaging a website as a Win10 app in Store
Publishing your website into the store will be as easy as providing your URL and clicking ‘publish’. ”Project Westminster” will also enable you to light-up additional device capabilities in your packaged website.
”Project Westminster” is planned for release in Summer 2015.
Sign up page for preview of MS Android on Win10 toolkit (codenamed "Astoria") test program
What’s “Project Astoria”?
Following the launch of Windows 10, we will release “Project Astoria” (also referred to as “Project A”), a Universal Windows Platform Bridge toolkit that enables you to build Windows apps for phones by reusing your Android code. With “Project Astoria” you’ll be able to:
- Build Windows apps for phones with few code changes
- Use a Microsoft interoperability library to integrate Microsoft services into your app with very little effort
- Test and debug your app from your preferred IDE
- Publish your app and get paid through the Windows Store
Sign up page for preview of MS Objective-C toolkit test program (codenamed "IslandWood"):
What's "Project Islandwood"?
“Following the launch of Windows 10, we will release “Project Islandwood”, a Universal Windows Platform Bridge toolkit that enables you to develop Windows apps using Objective-C. With “Project Islandwood” you’ll be able to:
• Import Xcode® projects into Visual Studio
• Make minimal changes to your iOS®/Objective-C code to build a Windows app
• Build and debug your Objective-C code from Visual Studio
• Take advantage of great Windows services
• Extend your app to take advantage of Universal Windows Platform features