When Microsoft announced Windows 11, it outlined several new tools and options for developers. These items show a clear commitment to the Microsoft Store, even if that means the tech giant is sacrificing some money upfront.
Microsoft's 2021 Build Conference ran throughout most of this week. Despite it showcasing many tools for developers, some people on the web have complained about its focus. Here's why it was perfect for what it was supposed to be.
Build 2021 starts next week, and Microsoft's Hello World show breaks down how the event will look. The episode runs through the registration process and explains some of the learning tools available for developers.
Microsoft is gearing up for a brand new Game Stack Live event on April 21. Here's a quick preview on what to expect from the show, which is geared mainly towards developers. It may, however, offer a glimpse at what the future of gaming looks like on Windows and Xbox alike.
Microsoft released Project Reunion 0.5 today. It's the first production release of Project Reunion, as well as the first complete release to include WinUI 3. As a result, developers should be able to make modern apps more easily.
Microsoft just released WinUI 3 - Project Reunion 0.5 Preview. The preview is the first time that WinUI 3 ships inside of the Project Reunion package, which should help developers make modern apps for Windows 10.