Microsoft has announced they will be releasing a new Microsoft Surface 2 SDk this summer which will now include an input simulator feature, together with a number of other tweaks and updates.
The new Surface input simulator will allow developers to check their coding and develop applications for Microsoft’s Surface and Windows Touch Enabled PC’s without the need to be next to an actual Surface device. Being able to use the new SDK input simulator to check their functions and features within their code.
Using the input simulator developers can simulate fingers, tags and blobs on your monitor and control whether a given input device is down by holding down your left mouse button, all from within the Surface 2 SDK.
Once released the new Microsoft Surface 2 SDK will allow you to write applications that target both Microsoft Surface Hardware and Windows Touch Enabled PC. For more information jump over to the Microsoft Surface Blog.Filed Under: Technology News