Amazon Web Services (AWS), the company's cloud services, has added SDK support for Microsoft's Windows Phone and Windows platforms. In a blog post on the official AWS blog, a developer preview of the next version of the SDK for .NET introduces support for apps on both platforms. Developers can connect to Windows and Windows Phone apps to AWS services and develop an app that's backed by the cloud platform.
Essentially Amazon's version of Microsoft Azure (what isn't Amazon dipping its toe into these days?), this brings Windows support up to speed with iOS and Android. Amazon continues to build on its online offering to become the centralised hub for developers and to cater for all devices. It's a welcomed addition and one we're sure many developers will take advantage of. Be sure to check out the AWS post for more details.
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