Microsoft has announced the release of a new service which they have designed to enable anyone who would like to be able to create a Windows 10 application without the need to write any code.
The new Windows App Studio Windows 10 Store Support Release is now available to use and builds on the foundation created by the previously released App Studio Windows 10 Preview back in July of this year.
Microsoft explains a little more about the features and functions of Windows App Studio.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could easily manage the contents of a collection for an app without making any update to the app itself? Now you can with the newly released Windows App Studio Collection App available here. This app lets you easily manage the collections for all your apps in real time without the need to go to the Windows App Studio website. Update the data in the app and it will update the data in your relevant projects and apps with no additional actions required.
You can now design dynamic Live Tiles for your Windows 10 apps from within Windows App Studio. This will work on any Windows 10 app you create with the exception of Hosted Web Apps. With this tool, you fully customize your Live Tiles to make your app more dynamic for your customers when they view it from the Start menu or on a Windows 10 mobile device.
Features include :
• Advanced theme and icon editors
• Better sideloading support for Windows 10 apps
• Hero Image Editor
• Improvements to the UX in apps generated with added visual features
• Initial Windows 10 IoT support
• Windows App Studio NuGet packages
• Source code on GitHub for libraries and sample apps
To learn more jump over to the official Microsoft Windows Blog where full details about the new Windows 10 application creation service have been published.
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