Mobilized prior to the June Conference a letter sent by Microsoft developers
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Microsoft Worldwide Developers Conference June approaches, Microsoft wrote the Building blocks to develop greater app, faster, in a timely manner to every developer has mailbox delivery letter, to show developers sufficient attention.
Said in the letter:
In increasing the number of software currently on the Windows Phone, according to statistics have exceeded 90,000, and still growing, but lags far behind Android and iOS platforms in number, of course, we (Microsoft) attaches great importance to quantity and quality of Windows Phone system software, so we need to develop better applications, and to develop faster, better quality.
We will continue to add new partners and give the developer enough generous benefits and rewards, making Windows Phone developers to build better applications faster with Windows Phone ecosystem of available resources.
We need a large number of additional product types include:
In the process of development, set up, can generate debug the application, but also to develop tools that can be applied to the public utilities.
Including control software user interface, can be a chart or other components (such as barcode readers), developers can integrate into their applications.
Open source libraries:
Frameworks, libraries and SDK as open source code, developers can use in their applications added.
Notification, including the cloud services, supports sharing, such as cloud computing, developers can add in their application.
In this letter, it is not difficult to see that Microsoft has paid attention to improve the user experience and developer on the station at the same starting point for a win-win. Microsoft’s determination to always identify on a mobile platform development, and encourage more developers to join to the new platform, with a view to building a new Windows Phone ecosystem. Hope that Microsoft and Nokia join forces to give us a better Windows Phone handsets, a better user experience.